So Im geussing you cut the stock wiring harness off, that makes things a little more complicated. This is what you need to do, its actually pretty simple. Get a voltage meter is number one. The three main wires youll need to find are the constant, accessorie, and ground. Make sure all of the wires are not exposed to each other or you could start blowing fuses or worse. Next, test each wire until you find one that reads 12 volts when your vehicle is off or on, this connects to the yellow wire on your harness. Then find the accessorie which would read 12 volts ONLY when your car is turned to the "on" position. Then, if I were you, I would make a ground just to be safe. After that's done, locate your speaker wires. Get a size D battery, 2 pieces of wire 16 awg preferably, and electricians tape. Strip each end of wire, put one side on the negative and the other on the positive and label the wires + and - so you know. You have just made what we call a "speaker popper" which tests the polarity of a speaker. Then tape the battery up. Now gently tap the ends of the speaker wires for each set of speakers. It will make a popping noise. Go through each set of speaker wire and look at the speaker and make sure the speaker cone moves out not in. Just note whats negative and whats positive and your good to go. Sounds complicated, but just take your time.
Mostly Clarion, like the radios
There are no grease zerks from the factory.There are no grease zerks from the factory.
It didn't have any from the factory.It didn't have any from the factory.
there is none from the factory
Not from the factory.
because it has a especial program that it is set for the factory call bios that set it that way.
its on the rear of the unit but normally clarion or kenwood
In a 2002 Grand Caravan, the factory amplifiers are attached to the back of each speaker. In order to remove these, you must first jumper the relay which is located in the fuse box.
The last Dodge Caravan to come from the factory with any greaseable parts was the 1995 model.
you can't, it is built into the body computer
No, it is built into the BCM and can not be removed.
If it still has factory size tires, it still uses the factory pressure. Which is 36 psi.
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Not from the factory. Replacement parts could though.
There is no factory installed device to turn off the passenger air bag on a Caravan.
Navigation was a factory option.
Clarion. Check this out: http://elrocco.com/integration-of-an-ipod-in-a-2006-subaru-impreza-25i
not from the factory, no. aftermarket parts that have been put on could have them though
The factory alarm is reset by unlocking the doors with a key or remote.
What part is required to connect a mono amp to a factory stereo
You put the key in the driver door and turn to the unlock position.
The factory alarm is part of the body computer programming and can not be removed.
The factory alarm is disarmed by unlocking the doors with a key or remote.
It was an option. A dealer could tell from your vin number if it was built with the alarm.
The factory security system is reset by unlocking the doors with a key or remote.