this must be done with a specific wiring harness kit in my experience most shops don't evern know thios kit exists you can get it at crutchfield. the reason iot takes a specific kit is because the amplifier for the stereo controls more than just the radio it also controls many of the electronics in the car. Lincoln has obviously done this so that when the radio goes out you must purchase another 1200 dollar head unit from them i think that this kind of crap from auto manufaturers should be illegal
hope this helps out
A 1993 Lincoln Continental has a listed gross vehicle weight of 4130 pounds. The weight of the car is without any passengers or fluids in the car.
you cant my friend sorry you have to have a wiring harness or your speakers wont work. trust me i have looked all day and tried till ultimate failure.
that suburban to nice a truck to splicing wires pimpn get the wiring harness . play it safe nate dawgg do not want you to go up in smoke.
you can fit any thing on any car, the problem is do you have the money for alterations.
It depends on what part of the harness you need. Pieces and parts i would suggest the dealership for the individual pieces. If you need an entire new harness, i would suggest a company called Painless Wiring. They can provide a universal set you should be able to install without too much trouble. Good luck.
Needs a wiring harness, can't just put in an aftermarket stereo without re wiring the speakers etc.
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yes yes he does
It would be easier in the long run but I wouldn't. I just replaced my wiring harness in my daughters 73 SB and although it was a real pain and took forever because I am 240 lbs, I did it without pulling anything. Well, my daughter pulled my finger once !!
Larger speakers, such as a 6x9 unit, require little modification to fit. A 6x9 unit can still be mounted without any cuts to the back. Plug the speakers in to the wiring harness and tighten the mounting screws for the speakers.
The continental was a currency issued by the Continental Congress during the American Revolution, which was essentially worthless since it was not backed by any concrete assets.
the Lincoln memorial is a place its kinda like a meseum without a guide
What you need is an alternator wiring pigtail harness from the dealer!
no, need the harness too. Trans should work though.
The best answer I found for my 2002 Astro was to keep the trailer harness inside the van until needed, then simply open the door, bring out the harness, and close the doors with the harness on the floor of the van, coming out between and under the dutch doors. The rubber gaskets around the doors allow the doors to close on the harness without putting a kink in it, even. This protects the harness from weather when not in use.
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Hi... You can change out the CD Player by removing it from the center console cover and arm rest and then by using a torx screw driver. There are 4 torx screws that hold the unit in. Two on each side of the bracket. Once you remove the arm rest cover by carefully popping off the arm rest you will see the bracket. Once these torx screws are removed, you can unplug the wire harness. If you have the Lincoln Continental unit without the center console you will need to remove the CD Player from the lower center area behind the drink tray. This procedure is different and you will need to expose the bracket that holds the CD player in place. H.