MUST REPLACE FACTORY CD PLAYER OR CUT OUT THE SPEAKER LEAD.
IF ITS AFTERMARKET:.... REMOVE THE OLD CD-PLAYER/RADIO....GO TO CIRCUIT CITY OR ANY AUDIO STORE AND ASK FOR A HARNESS TO FIT YOUR CD/RADIO PLAYER TO YOUR SPECIFIC VEHICLE.... THEN PLUG AND PLAY THAT SIMPLE...
most stock CD players or radios have about 200 watts in them unless you upgraded the stero when u got the car
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
The 2001 Mercury Sable does come with a CD player. If the car does not have a CD player in it, an install kit can be purchased to install a CD player.
you are better off leaving the factory CD player because the theft system, pwr locks, etc. are all connected through the CD player and will not work if u remove it unless u re-wire the factory CD player to the trunk.
The CD player was an option at the time of purchase - which means that many 1997 Mercury Sables do not have CD players.
The CD changer is in the center console of a 2000 Mercury Villager
If the CD player is a single-disc factory unit then it is in the Radio Unit itself. If it has a factory multi-disci player then it is in the console (Between the front captain chairs. Hope this helps you.
It will be slightly oversized 6.5" speakers if the car came without a factory CD Player, or 6" x 9"s with factory CD player.
The molding around your radio/ player pops off, you may need to pry in the cornors. take out the 4 screws that hold in the radio/player pull out radio disconnect the antenna, power, than plug back in the new one, replace molding.
In mine...the factory mounted CD player is in the center console.
is it factory or an add on?
Yes you got it
inside the arm rest
bash it with a hammer.
If it was factory... it is a Delco.
you can replace your radio with any factory Nissan radio made from 1995 and earyler newer radios (96 -05) have a diffrent harness
hey i also own a mystique and recently i changed the CD player in it and i had to take off the dash to do so and i came into the same problem that the switch that to select theheat or the blower strenght came loose from the dash itself so when you turned the knob it wouldn't select it just try wiggleing the knob or take of the dash theres only like a few screws to remove and it pops back into place
Easy way is to go to best buy get you a wiring harness that plugs into your factory harness.
The rattling. It's enough to drive you over the edge, yeah? Then it won't play certain tracks or certain CDs. There's only one solution and that is to replace that P.O.S. factory B.S. with a decent system.