Yes, it would be no problem for a pro.
I need to replace the after market radio/cd player in a 2003 Chevy Cavalier. How do I get the existing radio out and install a new one. How do you remove the dash trim without damaging the retainer clips and all the other plastic parts, then install the new after market radio/cd player?
take the the black thing around it and then take it out dont worry it wont brake
You need to get 2 fine blades one either side of the forward reverse buttons and push them in and radio should slide out !!
ANY WILL FIT WITH THE RIGHT MOUNTING HARDWARE KIT..ALSO YOU WILL NEED EXTRA ADAPTERS IF YOU HAVE ON STAR AND STEERING WHEEL CONTROLS...I BOUGHT A JVC DOUBLE DIN UNIT FROM CRUTCHFIELD AND THEY HAD ALL THE ADAPTERS I NEEDED PLUS MY IPOD AND CELPHONE WORK THROUGH IT TO...HOPE THAT HELPS
Most likely replace the clock spring. Or check all plugs going to the stereo unit including inside the Steering wheel. Be sure to disconnect negative battery terminal for 2 minutes before opening the steering wheel for safety reasons regarding the airbag if fitted.
Once your battery is fully charged again. Disconnect the battery Neg. cable for 10 seconds. Then reconnect Neg. cable. Push your remote unlock button to reset the alarm off. Now turn your radio on and check the radio it should be working. We call this a "hard reset" of the module. ^ I just tried the above sequence, and it did not work.
if your adding a new load(cd player or alarm) you may want to run a new line with a fuse for the device....DO NOT OVERLOAD OR OTHERWISE MESS WITH VW central grounded circuits!!!! fires and all kinds of current going the wrong way can and will damage expensive components... Also, everyone should have a shop manual for their vehicle, and the library should have a professional shop manual available for you to make copies....good luck:)
I had this problem with my CD Radio. I entered the code incorrectly on three occassions then it locked me out. I disconected the unit from the power supply and left it over night. The next day I entered the code as normal without any problems. That is asuming that you do have the correct code at the time of trying. If you do not have the code, you will need to take it to an auto radio teqhnition to re-blow the EPROM, he will then re-set the code, this may cost you, ask first for a price. Regards Tim Another thing you can do is twist the key on the car just so the dash board lights up and leave it like that for around one hour then the system will reset and you can try the code again. rgm
I guess the answer depends upon what you mean by "stop working". I have a 2001 ECHO with a radio that stopped producing sound a few years ago. The display still indicated that both the AM/FM tuner and the CD were working in every way; just didn't get any sound. Turned out one of the speaker wires in the rear deck became detached. Since the back of the speakers are exposed to the trunk, it's easy to knock the wires off when loading grocery bags. Took me a while to figure this out because the car has four speakers; it never occurred to me that one wire coming loose would cause all four speakers to stop working. However, reconnecting that one wire solved my problem. Hope your problem is that simple.
Panasonic car audio wiring - DP800E There are lots of web offers of manual sales $3 - $12 for this item, also known as the CQ-DP800LEE. Probably not a good buy if you only want to wire it in. Unfortunately, Panasonic does not have the user manual on its site, but it does have lots of others. You could get something similar, like http://www2.panasonic.com/consumer-electronics/support/Audio/Mobile-Electronics/CD/model.CQ-DP930 This has wire colours on P24. I have checked them against my DP800E and they look ok. Probably, these colours will apply to most Panasonic car audios - they have a colour system. To summarise, they are: yellow - main power (must be fused, maybe 5-10A) 2 x black wires - earth red - I think this is accessory power out (ACC) e.g. for other amps dark blue - electric aerial Speakers (pairs of wires) Front left - white with black stripe and white Front right - grey with black stripe and grey Rear left - green with black stripe and green Rear righ - violet with black stripe and violet Chhers NickJ