you put in the radio like normal then you have to go into the trunk and to the left behind the carpet there is an infinity amp you would use a phase tester and find all your speaker wires and bypass the amp from input harness to output harness thats the best way but you can also just hook up the blue amp turn on wires when your installing the radio although doing it this way the speakers might sound distorted at higher listening levels hope that helps you have a good day.
get on internet: www.installdr.com for wiring diagram
Factory radios are made especially for certain vehicles and there fore mesh better with your cars system.
You can install aftermarket speakers with a factory radio, but if you're not good with car electronics you may want to have someone else install them for you.
Assuming that you are asking about installing an after-market audio amplifier to boost the sound coming from the factory radio in your Forester, this is still too broad in scope to give a meaningful answer here. Contact www.crutchfield.com. These people are experts in car audio. --Ken
To install an amp to a factory radio of a 2012 Dodge Ram 1500, ensure that the amp bypass the harnesses.
With premium sound system you have to bypass the factory amplifier and pretty much splice into the factory wires after the amplifier. A good place for questions is the www.clublexus.com forums or the www.lexusownersclub.com forums. Search the forums and your question has already been addressed. Myself i have a 1999 gs400.
you can install a factory radio if you can find one or you can order a direct replacement from a company called biketronics you can find them on line at biktronics.com it is a better radio than the factory one
The 2002 Nissan Pathfinder radio amplifier is contained in the radio. The amplifier cannot be separated from the standard radio.
It's behind the back seat on the driver's side.
Pull out the ashtray and pop out the panel covering your stock radio, a/c, & tape player. It just snaps out. Unscrew the 2 screws holding the factory radio in. Install your after-market radio and pop the cover panel back on. Seems almost to easy right?
you can't do it yourself you have to get help from a pro
If it is a RDS system, then you will need to connect the blue wire to the remote wire on the amplifier.
If it says BOSE on it anywhere it will have an amp for each speaker in the doors. The Factory GM radio does not have an amp and has poor sound to amplify. Most members of our forum choose and after market stereo to amplify. Come and read in our AUDIO section www.trailvoy.com
Best thing to do when the radio is bad, is forget repairing it. Not cost effective. Check salvage yards if you want a factory radio, or just purchase an after market radio, and intall it.
you should replace the factory amplifier and that will solve your problem
In the radio, there is no other amplifier.
Here is the info in your vehicle: Radio 12v red/white + radio harness Radio Ground black - radio harness Radio Ignition (GMLAN Serial Data) Radio Illumination yellow (dimmer) + radio harness Factory Amp Turn-on same as power antenna wire Power Antenna white + radio harness LF Speaker +/- tan - gray +,- radio harness or amplifier Notes: If equipped, the amplifier is under the rear of the center console. At the amplifier, the left subwoofer wires are dk. blue/white (+) - lt. green/black (-). The right subwoofer wires are dk. green (+) - lt. blue/black (-). RF Speaker +/- lt. green - dk. green +,- radio harness or amplifier LR Speaker +/- brown - yellow +,- radio harness or amplifier RR Speaker +/- dk. blue - lt. blue +,- radio harness or amplifier
No. You buy a waring harness and connect it to the car wiring and the amp to the speakers there behind the radio.
do you by chance have the factory BOSE system? if so it could be that you did not wire up the Bose amplifier i believe its the pink wire comming off the small harness that does not get plugged into the aftermarket harness Adam
Removing the radio from a 1990 Cressida is a pain, mainly because it is in three parts (radio/CD player, radio/CD player controls, and amplifier). First you remove the trim from the transmission shift area, then begin removing all the plastic items from around the radio and control strip, working your way up from the shift area. Note that you will probably not be able to replace the OEM radio --Toyota wants $2300 for one, but they don't have any. If you install an after-market replacement radio you'll have to rewire the speakers, because they are connected to the separate amplifier, located behind the radio on the firewall, which can only be controlled by the OEM system. Note also that if you install an after-market radio and you bypass the OEM radio controls (you'll have to leave them in place, or you'll have a gap in your dashboard), you'll need to be sure to reconnect the emergency flasher, which is located on the control strip. Good luck!
Where is the radio amplifier located on a es300 1996 lexus
If you are talking about the radio, the amplifier is built in.
you need a rca adapter interface you can get one at car audio place or check eBay
No, and it's actually illegal to do. CB radios come from the factory transmitting four watts, which is the legal limit.