How do you remove a stock radio from a 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee?
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remove the exterior trim peace that surrounds the outer edges of the radio. Then there should be either two 10mm bolts or four phillip head screws holding the radio in place remove them and gently remove the radio from it slot and then unplug the wire harnesses and antenna in the back of the radio. repeat in reverse to reinstall.
How do you go about wiring an aftermarket sound system in a 1994 cadillac deville considering the stock amplifier?
first don't remove your stock stereo if u havn"t already. The radio works with the carscomputer to reset codes and other stuff. you can get an adapter that turns your speaker wire on the back of the radio into left and right channel to hook up to an aftermarket amplifier. then hook up your new speakers and sub woofer to the amp and use the stock radio to get your grove on. or install an…
According to my brother (who is a mechanic), The stock stereo in the protege requires radio removal tools (2 sets) to remove -- you can get them at just about any parts store. Just carefully remove the molding around the radio, insert the tools all the way and then pull them outward to release the clips. The radio should just slide out.
hello, i have a 1996 Cherokee sport.. there are about four screws or so in the plastic piece on the dashboard. you will want to take them out and remove the entire plastic piece from the dash. (you may have to remove the steering column cover to avoid breaking the plastic) not to worry, it only takes a torques bit and its only two screws.. Removing all of this should grant you access to the…
89 Cherokee Pioneer stock radio does no longer turns on. Fuse at back of radio is good. Fuse at fuse box is new. Is it the radio itself or something else. How do you find out?
If you have the stock radio in you Grand Am, you will have to get really close to the radio to find the clock button...it is not colored, it is just slightly raised. It is very hard to find, tho. I don't remember just how to set it, but I do remember that it is much easier once you find that hidden clock symbol.
Sure, but you better check the output ratings on the stock radio against what you need to run the box, if it is self powered then never mind. Go to ( the12volt.com) and copy the radio wiring diagram for your radio, splice into the rear speaker wires and connect your box. Done, enjoy. Try to maintain polarity on the new box, negative to neg, pos to pos, and keep it that way, it could cause…