The only way I know is to take it to the dealership. Some are suppose to charge $40 for this.
depends on if you have the Bose stereo if you do look under the rear dash in the trunk it would be there
To remove a stock stereo, you will first need to remove the bezel from the stereo. Then, pull the stereo out of the dashboard and remove the wiring harness.
2000 and up Cavalier and Sunfire stock radios work with the cars VIN number as a theft deterrent. It needs to be reset at a dealer.
Remove the retaining cover from your 2003 Suzuki stock stereo. Remove the stereo retaining screws. Slide the stereo out and remove the wiring harness and the antenna cable from the back of the stereo.
Disconnect the battery overnight, or for several hours. If you have the stock stereo BE SURE you know the unlock code for it...read the manual.
The stock stereo, from a 2003 Nissan Altima, can be removed by first removing the stereo front cover. Next, remove the four screws. Pull the stereo out and remove the wiring.
The wattage of your stock stereo in your 1989 Acura Integra is 75 watts. There was anÊoption for a larger stereo output of up to 200 watts.
it depends if u are using the stock stereo then no but if it is not a stock stereo then u may have an aux input jack which comes out the back of the stereo the easiest way is to just pull out the stereo and take a look
screwdriver, and then pull hard enough to rip out the wires and then there you have it. the way to remove a stock stereo the theft version
I do not believe it is. I know the stock stereo from the 2006 Mazda 3 does not support mp3 cds.
Yes, there is a wiring diagram fro the stock stereo for the 1993 Lincoln Continental. This can be find in the maintenance manual.
stock size is P235 60 16
If you are asking about how to get a stock stereo to unlock it's own security system once you've dicsonnected and re-connected the battery, then I recommend that you stop by any GM dealership. It takes them about thirty seconds to get the code that they need and about thirty more to get the stereo working again. It's usually free, why not let the pros do it?
I have a 10" sub and an amp in my 2004 Chevy silverado. My dad got it for me but he also had to by a different stereo. I don't know if just the chevy stereo wouldn't work with it or if it's all stock stereos.
Yes it can you just have to buy a vehicle specific adapter. This will also work going from a double din stock stereo to a single din aftermarket stereo
send this question next week I will be replacing the stock stereo this weekend if weather permits
215/60r16 if your stock rims are 16"
one of the computers are under the hood, it is in its own compartment by where your stock air filter is. you will have to remove the bar running across the box first. the it is only 2 clips that hold the lid on, unsnap thoses and you will find ur computer.
Stock speakers should be 4x6's
No it does not have RCA Outputs.
Remove the decorative cover to your 2001 Chevy Lumina stereo. Remove the stereo retaining screws. Slide the stereo out and remove the wiring harness. Remove the antenna cable.
i currently have the same prob...to my understanging the stock stereo runs along with the dash lighting, so did you remove the stock stereo? also check fuses on the driver kick panel
to unlock characters simply play lots of 1-stock battles
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.
Only if you are wanting to keep the car bone-stock. Otherwise, any reputable car stereo installer can fix you up with a new and much-improved stereo system that will in no way effect the normal operation or dependability of the vehicle. Good Luck! Dub