If you replace the factory stereo and the van has a factory equalizer, you will need to remove the equalizer as well. The factory stereo/equalizer package is essentially one unit in two different cases. Neither is designed to work without the other. Best of my knowledge, neither will work without the other.
it is a premium factory upgrade. pretty much the best that the "factory" can do.
Any decent car stereo installer will have them, or can order one or can custom wire one for you if needed.
if i was to guess i would say behind the factory stereo, of maybe its the monsoon it could be on the factory amp.
most likely no, unless it was a premium sound system or somthing.
depends what kinda system the factory put in it .. if its a base system (UQ3 /UQ5) then the amp would be in the radio, if it has a Bose system (UQ7) the amp will be either under the front seat in the centre or under the centre console.
A 2007 Chevy Avalanche will only have an external factory amplifier if it is equipped with a Bose stereo system. If there is a factory amp included, it will be underneath the center console.
Check speaker's connector on the other side of stereo system. If stereo system have fuses, check it also. If stereo system doesn't work anyway, I think, that stereo systems amplifier is broken.
There is a factory recall on the stereo system. Take it to a Dodge dealership.
The 2003 Subaru Impreza WRX sound system comes with six speakers and an optional factory subwoofer. The manufacturer for the sound system is Panasonic.
Depending on how high tech you would like your stereo system to be you can purchase one for $50 and up. To me a stereo system would be my ipod with speakers attached to it. It really depends on what type of stereo you are looking for.
Without knowing exactly what system you have its hard to answer. Do you have the Premium factory audio system or is it the Standard Audio system. And yes it does make a difference. Like 4 speakers difference
Any vehicle sounds good with a stereo system.
I have just installed a indash in my infiniti i30 1998. The amp and subwoofers work but the speakers in the inside of the car does not work. Did I blow a fuse or do I have to bypass the factory amps. The system that I took out before the installation was a factory bose system.
You are overloading the factory speakers.
An iPod can be connected to a stereo system for the purpose of playing music stored on the iPod with the quality of a stereo system. An iPod can be connected to a stereo either through a dock, or with the headphone jack on the iPod connected to the Aux In port of the stereo.
The "door chime" is actually integrated into the factory stereo system. If you have upraded your stereo, you loose the chime. And you thought engineers were smart :). Crutchfield sells a wiring harness to tget the chime back... it;s about $80 though.
yes , you can use a turntable on my computer as well as my stereo system firstname.lastname@example.org
Yes, you can run XM and Sirius through one stereo system.
Stereo shelf systems are designed for men and women who want a stereo inside their home. You can put the stereo shelf system in a larger entertainment center and connect your television and DVD player to the stereo shelf system. In addition, you can simply use the stereo shelf system to listen to music through your CDs, your MP3 player, and through vinyl records if you wish to do so.Can the Stereo Shelf System be Upgraded?It is important for you to see if the stereo shelf system that you are interested can be upgraded if you wish it to do so. This is important. Even if you do not want to connect external devices to the stereo shelf system now you may bay want to connect external devices to the stereo shelf system in the future when you have items that can be connected. Check to make sure that the stereo shelf system that you are interested in offers available video and audio ports.Digital Media PortsIf you have an iPod or another digital music playing device you may want to make sure that the stereo shelf system offers a digital media port. Digital media ports on stereo shelf systems are designed to allow you to hook up your iPod or your digital music player to the stereo. This means that you do not need to burn music to a CD in order to listen to your favorite music.CD ChangerNow you need to figure out if you want a stereo shelf system that features CD changing capabilities. If you want a stereo shelf system with CD changing capabilities, you need to figure out how many CDs you want the stereo shelf system to hold. For example, some stereo shelf systems only feature a capacity of two while other stereo shelf systems feature a capacity of six. Think about how many you want in the stereo.Customizable SoundMany different stereo shelf systems feature fully customizable sound quality. You need to figure out if this is what you want in a stereo shelf system. Many different stereo shelf systems offer a built in equalizer. This allows you to change the audio quality to your liking. However, other stereo shelf systems only allow you to choose quality settings that have already been predetermined.
You can bypass the factory security system in your 2004 Chevrolet Impala by removing the factory security system fuse. You can find the factory security system fuse in the fuse box.
I`m Almost Certain Your Question Is About The Radio. The Amps Right Channel & Left Channel Are Inside The Stereo. If You Are Trying To Increase You Sound Output Opt For An Aftermarket Stereo System. Good Luck Some Ford cars and trucks ( I have a 1996 Bronco Full Size XLT) have a "premium" stereo package that includes an external amp. The head unit does not actually drive the speakers. This amp is often in the rear of the car, try looking in the side panels towards the back. Or contact a Ford dealer and if they are nice they can look it up on microfilm.