One of the easiest and quickest ways to do this, is to go to an audio store and buy a wire harness. It should plug right into the factory plug (providing that it is still intact) and then plug into your new radio. If not, it will have ready to go wires for the harness that came with your radio.
are there fuses for the radio
Go back through and check your connections!
What I would do is go to an auto parts store and buy a book on the car, I have an 05 Stratus so I would have to go buy an 05 Stratus book OR ask the salesman if there is a tool to buy to take the radio out, if you see the tool you will figure out how it works if you are good at figuring things out OR ask a mechanic,good luck.......JL
To install an amp to a factory radio of a 2012 Dodge Ram 1500, ensure that the amp bypass the harnesses.
It is important to have a diagram when making changes to any electrical parts of a vehicle. A diagram for the wiring harness of a 1997 Dodge Stratus for installing a new radio can be found in the maintenance manual and the diagrams that came with the radio.
There is a website carstereohelp.net that can help you with replacing your radio. They give you step by step usually with pictures. Good Luck
go to wal-mart they have a harness that plugs into the factory harness and wires to radio
It comes from the factory equipped with a din and a half radio.
Go to wal mart or your local stereo shop and pick up a factory plug in harness for your car, unplug your factory radio and plug in the harness, then you just wire in the aftermarket radio to the open end of the harness.....no cutting wires so you can put the factory radio back in by just unplugging the new one and replacing it
It is most likely the fuse. Try replacing it.
I don't know how similar a 1988 and 1995 Cherokees are, but I've posted instructions on replacing the radio on a 1995 at www.timsjeepblog.com.
take the tire off the left front and open the front fender wall the battery is behind there
Go to this web site called installdr.com it will give you the color codes you are looking for.
There are 2 little buttons on the radio display one for the hour and one for the minute that you have to press with a pin or something sharp of some sort to adjust the time.
A Hard Reset on a Factory installed Sirius Radio is basically, Disconnecting the battery and reconnecting / should be able to get audio on 184/ then send another Activations signal
The antenna wouldn't cause it to short out, that just helps it receive the signals to play music on the radio... How old is the radio... if it is factory from 91 then it might of been its time to go... i have a radio from a 90 Dodge Caravan, same as whats in your Dodge Spirit cause they carry the same radio and it short out on its own where the numbers and stuff wont light up but will still play music... I took the radio out of my 92 Dodge Spirit and put it in the van (since the trans went out in the 92 Spirit) and it works great... it might of just went out because it was ready to go.
See page 3 or 4 of this list and you will find how to remove an old factory radio from a 95.
sorry, no it will not. they changed the radios in 2000. notice the face on the 2002 has round corners but the 98 has square corners. now the good news any radio out of a Dakota/ram/stratus/breeze etc from 99 back about 5-6 years will fit. I just put a 96 stratus am/FM/cass/CD in my 97 Dakota & son did the same in his 99 ram
first you have to pop the cover off that's around the radio and then remove the 2 screwes that holds the radio. second unplug the wire connector from the radio. you also need a stereo connector for your aftermarket CD player to connect to the existing wire connector. once you have installed the connector to your CD player you need a installation kit for a 2000 dodge stratus to put your CD player in and bolt it to the existing holes your radio came from. plug your connectors and antenna wire together and reinstall your 2 screwes and pop your cover back on and you are done.
The power door locks and the radio in a 2000 Dodge Stratus SE may stop working at the same time because of a blown fuse. Another issue may be faulty wiring causing a problem for one or both of the issues. Both of these problems can be fixed by taking the vehicle to an automotive garage or shop to be fixed by someone who has experience in these vehicles.
There are numerous wires on the back of the radio including powers, grounds, speaker, antenna, CD changer controls, computer communication, etc.
If there is, I would assume the password to be 1234 or 0000. Check your car manual The factory radios have never used codes.
I have no idea. Had to install a new radio after someone stole our factory raiio. A ohm meter connected to the rear speaker shows that something is between the speakers ans the radio. Barry's Dad. Jack Hornburg (firstname.lastname@example.org)
no there are no factory radio that has RCA.s except the new tiburon with factory kenwoods in them