The question does not give enough information. If you want to install an aftermarket radio then I suggest you take it to a store who sells and installs aftermarket radios. The reason being the plug that Jaguar uses and that is pluged into the OEM radio has roughly 14 pins in it and a installer probibly has a connector which you will need to connect the cable to the aftermarket radio. On the other hand if you are installing a OEM Jaguar replacement, which would be my choice (Keep Jaguar, Jaguar) the removel and install of the OEM radio is easy. 1. Apply the emergency brake and place the shift lever in reverse (engine off) then go to #2 2. Disconnect the battery before you do make sure you have the radio code if your radio has one. 3. Open the center counsol and remove the two screws that hold in the ashtray in then close the ashtray lid you need to in order to remove lift the ash tray out and disconnect the connectors to the cigarette lighter. 4.Next you need to remove the trim on the gearshift With a thin and I mean thin screw driver gently pry between the shifter and trim ring at the 10 oclock 2 oclock and 6 oclock positions to release the trim ring remove the trim ring and unscrew the shifter knob and remove. 5. where the ashtray was attached to to the center counsol (the ski slope) reach udeneith and find two large plastic wing nuts remove them. Now the center piece can be removed. 6. The climate control, clock and radio are held in by a plastic frame held to the counsol by six screws remove them and gently remove the frame. I said gently because you dont want to break the frame. Its almost impossible o find a replacement for it. 7. Disconnect the connecting cables and remove the radio from the frame 8. Installation is just the reverse of the removel. Hope this helps Mike
I install a new starter and lost my radio, and i have no code4 it, I have a 1995 XJ6 can anyone help
Connect the wiring harness on the back of your new radio. Slide the radio into the radio slot. Tighten down the radio retaining screws.
I find that by going to www.crutchfield.com they have a lot of advice. I just installed a car stereo in my 1993 courgar and you need a special factory radio removal tool that has 4 prongs that will remove the radio. Then, you need to install the new radio as per directions. Additional mounting brackets may be needed.
Purchase a new one at Walmart and they will install it.
trying to install a new antenna cable, from outside the truck to the radio, how do i do this
Connect the wiring harness and the antenna cable to the back of the new radio. Slide the radio into the radio slot. Secure the radio with the retaining screws.
Remove the 1994 be a week Century radio decorative cover. Remove the radio retaining screws. Pull the radio out. Remove the wiring harness and the antenna cable from the back of the radio. Reverse the process to install the new radio.
To change the radio in an Isuzu Amigo, first remove the bezel from around the radio. Then, release the side clips from the radio itself and pull it out of the dashboard. Remove the wiring from the back of the radio and add this to the new radio. Reverse the process to install the new radio.
Remove the old antenna. Attach the universal antenna to the radio and replace the radio after finishing the task. Install the new antenna. Test to ensure the wiring works.
Slide the new radio into the radio slot. Attach the wiring harness and the antenna cable. Secure the radio with the retaining bolts.
I don't think you can install a new radio without removing the old one. If you mean replacing it with a different factory model as I have done with my '95 Skylark, it's a cinch. You might also try Radio Shack or Crutchfield.com to see if they have any harnesses that will adapt to your new radio.
Remove the radio retaining cover. Remove the radio retaining bolts. Remove the wiring harness and the antenna cable from the back of the radio. Reverse the process to install the new radio.
If the radio does not have a plug for aux input, then a new radio needs to be connected. A new radio with an aux plug and connector needs to be installed in the Range Rover.Ê
remove plastic trim piece from radio and air controlls, remove 4 screws to remove radio, install din to din and a half adapter(plastic piece picked up at any place selling car audio equipment) . wire adapter harness(adapter to plug new radio into vehicle w/o having to hard wire radio to vehicle, also purchased at audio store) to new radio harness plug radio in, verify connections, install radio into new din housing install plastic trim, enjoy.
Unscrew all the little screws along the dash, including the one by the door and under the glove box lid. Pop it out and rotate it up. Radio is held in by 5/16" screws.
Remove the decorative cover to the radio. Remove the radio retaining screws. Pull the radio out and remove the wiring harness. Remove the radio antenna cable. Reverse the process to install the new radio.
take it apart and install new brushes and sometimes new bushings.
Buy a new radio and install it
Remove the radio retaining cover. Remove the radio retaining bolts. Remove the wiring harness and the cable antenna from the back of the radio. Reverse the process to install the new radio.
Just pull and twist til it comes out. Force the new one in.
I know that the antenna runs down to below the steering column. I think that you need to unplug it from the back of the radio as well. Is there any easy way to replace an old one?
You can replace the radio, on your 1996 Toyota, I removing the radio front cover. Remove the retaining screws. Unplug the wiring harness. Reverse the process to install the new radio.
Remove the front cover of your 1979 Chevy Corvette radio. Remove the radio retaining screws. Slide the radio out. Remove the wiring harness and the antenna cable from the back of the radio. Reverse the process to install the new radio.
Remove the covers to your 1997 radio speakers. Remove the radio speaker retaining screws. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the radio speakers. Reverse the process to install your new radio speakers.
He went to install her new radio for her car before she could return it.