take off the dash then you need to unscrew the CD player and pull out the wire. (make sure that you have the harness for the new CD player and for the car.) splice the old wires and reatach them with the new harness wires,(they should be color coded and matched) then plug the new car adapter harness into the harness for the CD player. After all that, plug your antenna adapter into the back of the CD player and then screw everything back in. Note that you might need the dash installation kit, because usually the CD players are smaller than the stock players. -ShockerCD player installin my Buick, i had to take apart part of the dash and unscrew 4 bolts holding in the stock CD player. and then you have to have an antenna adapter, dash kit, and a factory harness which you can get for pretty cheap. and then you just use the instructions that came with the factory harness and CD player, done. :D
hook up the wires to the factory harness and listen you little heart out
Assuming the aftermarket DVD player is for automobile: If the DVD manufacturer states that it could be used for the Trailblazer, it is likely that it will work. You might have to modify the bracket holder, the fascia and some other trim pieces. If you try to use a DVD player that does not design for the vehicle, the electrical connector and wiring will be incomparable with the ones in the vehicle and it won't work.
Factory cover housing should match with the rest of the vehicle. After market are always all black.
Visit your local Best Buy store, they have a mounting kit that adapts an aftermarket CD player to fit the opening. They also have a wiring harness that plugs directly into the factory wiring. You will have to solder the wiring harness to the CD player, but this is the best way to go. If you follow all of the directions the install will look like a factory installation.
LOL that happened with my 03 too. i was told i can have ford take it out & they can send it to tha factory & repair it or you can replace it for $600+ or do what i did & got a aftermarket touch screen CD player for $400 & it sounds even better!
You have 2 options. You can enlarge the the factory mounting area by cutting it to fit with a hacksaw or mount it under the dash.
in most cases, it is cheaper to buy an aftermarket stereo than it is to try and repair a factory one.
Yes>>assuming you use the wire-adapter connection plugs sold seperatly
I like the factory radio with the CD player. If you're looking for aftermarket, go to http://www.crutchfield.com/ They have installation kits too.
no, a factory CD player can be used in a vehicle that has subwoofers attached. as long as the factory CD player in the vehicle has treble, bass, and subwoofer controls on it, it will be fine. if not, an aftermarket CD player will be the solution. with subwoofers, you need to control the amount of power that are ran through them. the amplifier is a control, but if not set correctly on the CD player, you could blow your subwoofers.
No, you dont need the code if your gonna put in an aftermarket deck. The only time you would need the code is if you took the stock radio out and unpluged the harness, so its not a problem with a new radio.
MUST REPLACE FACTORY CD PLAYER OR CUT OUT THE SPEAKER LEAD.
If you have a factory CD player, an old aftermarket CD player, or a cheap aftermarket CD player it most likely is not CD-R compatible or your music is in a format that the player doesn't support such as; AAC, WMA, and a few others. Your only option would be to get a new CD player that is compatible with mp3 cds, or if your stereo supports an external CD changer(alot of radios do, even factory radios) you can get a CD changer that supports mp3 cds, or just live with only listening to regular cds in your car. To get a better idea of your options you should go to your local car audio shop and talk to them about your issue. Also there is a possibility that you have a defective disk, burner, or had a problem when your disk was burned(happens alot). Try the disk in another player(not a computer). Aftermarket= did not come on the car originally.
depends on if its your CD/casset player, or it could be your speakers that are blown try putting a aftermarket CD player in with a wiring kit if that doesn't work replace the speakers but check your fuse first
If the face plate of the original factory radio is Oval, like the 1997 escort, you can get a new radio faceplate that will accept a standard aftermarket radio from crutchfield. Mine cost $49 back in 1997. It even takes the original A/C and rear defroster controls.
The Factory radio for the 1997 Nissan Maxima was a capable stereo for its time . Now they have made aftermarket stereo CD players which has more power and also other features which weren't available in the late 1990's . Here's a site you could check out : How to Install an Aftermarket CD Player Into a 97 Nissan Maxima | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_6508304_install-player-97-nissan-maxima.html#ixzz1JEPigBBN
Try www.crutchfield.com, they are the best for aftermarket stereos, parts, instatlation, etc.
This depends on your headunit, most factory head units in older cars will not, many aftermarket and newer car headunits will play burned cd's
There is no problem with my internet connections. But when you recommend I dowload an update to media player and dont allow me to enter and view the information requested it is strong sells technique and I dont like it.
I don't think there was a factory CD player for the 1988 corvette. The Bose was a cassette player that measures 1.5 din
Follow the Youtube video.
An aftermarket navigation system simply refers to a navigation system that was not originally a part of the original car or place of installation. For example, if you do not like the CD player that came with your car and you decide to get a new one and have it installed. You have just purchased an "aftermarket" CD player. The same applies for a navigation device.