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1995-97 Hyundai Accent Stereo Information
Constant 12V+ Red/Yellow Switched 12V+ Blue/White Ground Black Front Speakers 5 1/4" Doors Left Front (+) White/Red Left Front (-) Black/Red Right Front (+) White/Blue Right Front (-) Black/Blue Rear Speakers 6 1/2" Rear Deck Left Rear (+) White/Red Left Rear (-) Black/Red Right Rear (+) White/Blue Right Rear (-) Black/Blue
The 2005 Hyundai Accent is 5 ft. 5.7 in. (65.7 in.)100 watts stereo output wide.
You need to switch off the stereo and then you can use the buttons next to the clock to change the time. this also changes the time on the stereo.
If you would like a simple picture guide to replacing the stereo in your 1995 to 1999 Hyundai Accent please follow the guide at: http://www.soulaccent.com/guides/X3-headunit/X3-headunit.htm Please note this guide is for the Accent's fitted with the rotary dial type climate controls. For those with the slider type controls you simply have a few more control cables to disconnect, but the overall principle is the same. To ask more questions or get answers on more Hyundai Accent questions / problems, please feel free to visit www.UKHAC.co.uk (UK Hyundai Accent Club). - Soullink (UKHAC Owner)
The stereo can be removed from a Hyundai Excel by first removing the stereo front cover. Remove the retaining screws. Pull the stereo out and remove the wiring.
How do I remove the stereo on a 2007 Hyundai Entourage
if it is anything like my 2006 Hyundai accent then you have take take off the black trim around the stero.. there are about 6 places where you need to pry. the corners and the middle areas. kind of tough to get off but just keep pulling. you wont break anything. just pull hard. after that is off all you have to do is unscrew the srews
The turn signal relay is behind the storage compartment on the left side of the steering wheel. All you have to do is pull the compartment out and there you are.
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The quality of the sound is essential for persons who are particular about music, and good stereo systems offer better quality sound than systems that are not quite up to par. This does not, however, mean that you have to spend thousands of dollars on a stereo system, but you do need to buy a brand name stereo system that incorporates the latest technological advances used in manufacturing excellent stereo systems.
Car stereo systems are a big eye-catcher for thieves that are looking to make a quick and easy buck. Some stereo systems are made to be removed and placed in the center console, which may be a good idea.
Stereo shelf systems can be found at most electronics stores. Best Buy, HH Gregg, and Sony stores all have such systems. Amazon and eBay also have a selection of stereo shelf systems.
you need to pop out the frame and unscrew the radio. You will need a wiring harness for an after market stereo.
changing the amplitude of the soundwaves
Stereo shelf systems can be purchased from most stores that sell other types of stereo equipment. They are also advertised at Amazon and Argos and can sometimes be found listed on eBay.
Yes.most computer speakler systems offer stereo sound.
you need a dash kit. go to your local stereo shop and they should stock the hyundia kit. any single din size stereo will fit.
There is 3 long wire that you need to unhook. 1 is behind the glovebox. Unhook the glovebox and you can clearly see the wire. 2 is on the right of the gas pedal. After all 3 is unhooked, you can pry out the cover and disconnect the A/C and clock wire. The stereo will be revealed and unscrew the 4 screws that holds the stereo in place. Then unhook the back of the stereo.
Sounds like to might have knocked loose a wire to the blower switch. Isn't it right near the radio?
Some of the more popular home stereo systems available are made by Bose, Yamaha, and Panasonic. These home stereo systems often contain the components for a surround sound system, which has become a popular form of receiving audio from a television set.