There are some screws you have to remove from the lower dash (where your legs are). I believe there are a couple more in the dash itself. (If you have a trunk release button look out dont just rip it out) To make things easier leave your door open, put the car in 1st, then start prying on the dash in front of you. After the dash is off and out of the way there will be some bolts holding the stock radio in place, remove them, and then there will be the wiring harness, disconnect that. there will be the antennae hook up, remove that. Then comes the fun part. I bought a Pioneer CD player and it hooked right up, and if it doesnt you will get to rewire into a new harness from the old one, or take it to a professional.
1. Open The Door
2. Remove The Cover Above The Drivers Legs, One Phillips Screw On Either Side
3. Remove The Trim Surrounding The Dimmer Switch, Cluster, Radio, Climate Control. Snap Out With Standard Screwdriver
4. There Are Two Bolts, One On Each Side Of The Radio Holding It In, Un-Screw, Then Remove The Radio Carefully You Have A Wiring Harness And Antenna Attached Very Snugly In The Back.
5. Install New Radio And Mounting Kit.
6. Follow Steps In Reverse Order
The 2001 Mercury Sable does come with a CD player. If the car does not have a CD player in it, an install kit can be purchased to install a CD player.
take door panel off 1995 gmc truck.
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Install a CD player in ford festiva wb model
Buy a trim kit and harness adapter from crutchfield.com
To install an aftermarket CD player the center console needs to be removed. Once removed a after market wire harness will need to be installed so the CD player can function properly. Install the CD player and connect all the wiring.
You can't install a CD player into an older model car because it doesn't have the right wires.
Not overly familiar with the Lumina, but you might have accidentaly disconected them at the bus, or the CD player could be drawing to much power(unlikely)
I really doubt there is a kit to install a CD player in that car, you will have to install it on your own somehow.
Go to install doctor.com they will have it
you can on 1958 model
Connect the wiring harness to the back of your 1980 Ford CD player. Secure the CD player with the retaining screws.
Begin by securing your CD player with the two retaining screws. Connect the wiring harness to the back of the CD player. Put the retaining cover on to the front of the CD player.
Reading your question, I get a vision of someone trying to install a home audio CD player in a car :-) The radio opening in a 93 lumina is large...very large. Large enough I'd think for any after-market automotive radio with built-in cd. I believe you can buy a "kit" with any after-market audio system that fills in the "gaps" (which there probably will be) An AM/FM with CD was available for that car. Check scrap yards and ask for one from a 90-94 Lumina. I believe they are considered "double-DIN" sized, but don't quote me on that.
I need an answer to my question. how do you remove the dashboard to install CD player in a 2002 ford explorer. thank you.
To install an aftermarket CD player in a Toyota Corolla a new wire harness is needed that corresponds with the replacement player. The old radio needs to be removed and the harness will need to connect to the cabin harness. Then the new CD player can be installed.
u sure can!
Normally in the modern cars there is no necessity to install the CD player, as they are already accompanied in the car radio. Otherwise the user has to follow the instruction manual.
how do you install a aftermarket radio in 1986 caprice
Begin by removing the cover to your 1996 Chevy Suburban CD player. Remove the CD player retaining bolts. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the CD player. Reverse the process to install your new CD player.
Connect the wiring harness to the back of your 2003 Mitsubishi Lancer CD player. Secure the CD player with the retaining bolts. Connect the ground wire.
Buy the CD from Lexus and insert it into your CD player