To remove the radio in a 1995 Toyota Corolla, first pry the radio frame from the dashboard using a flat tool like a screwdriver. Then, press in on the pins at each side of the radio and slide it out of the dashboard. Remove the wires from the back of the radio.
To remove the radio on a Chevy Caprice, pull of the volume and tuner knobs. Loosen the nut holding the radio in on each spindle. Then disconnect the wires on the back of the radio and pull out by pushing it backwards and reach up under the dash to retrieve it.
A radio losing power when you turn on your headlights indicates the wiring is crossed. The wiring harness will have dozens of wires in it. When 2 wires are bared and touching each other, they can short each other out.
To remove the radio from the 1990 Lexus ES250, first pry the face plate from the dashboard. Then remove the clips that hold each side of the radio. Then, remove the wires to release the radio.
Plants that come back each year are called perennials.
Go down to the parts store or Wal-Mart and buy a radio puller. It is two horse shoe shaped wires with little notches on the ends. You put the pullers into the holes in the face of the radio. There should be two on the right and two on the left, above and below each other. Push them in until they lock in and then just pull out. You may have to spread the pullers toward the outside to get a good bite on the radio. Then, you just pull out and the radio slides out. Then unplug the wires from the back.
I have done this quite a few times so I'll give you step by step instructions. #1. Remove the trim or bezel from around the radio, this just snaps in and snaps out so no problems there #2. You should see 2 to 4 screws on each side of the radio, unscrew these and keep them where you'll remember #3. remove the radio and unplug the 2 wires on the back, then install the new radio and put back in the screws and bezel. Its very easy once you get ahold of it. Good luck.
Assuming there is 8 wires in existing Renault wiring iso speaker plug at back of radio, the two outer wires at each end of plug are for left rear and right rear speakers, tap into these wires i.e. strip the insulation back a couple of inches from the plug and join new speaker wires onto the stripped wires. If only 4 wires in existing Renault wiring iso speaker plug then buy iso speaker plug from auto factor and join existing Renault wiring on speaker plug onto new cable and join new speaker cables (the ones you are fitting) onto the outside wires at each end of the new iso plug.
Each wire is only half of the circuit. You have to touch both wires or be grounded and touch the hot one to get shocked.
look on top of the radio there is a tray. grab the top of the tray and pull out there are clips that hold it together then just let it hang from the wires you will see the radio on brackets then just remove the 4 bolts from the bracket and pull the radio out dont forget to remove the conncetions on the back. once you remove the radio there are 4 screws on each side of the radio that is holding the radio to the bracket. remove those to remove radio from bracket. dont lose those screws your going to need them to install on new radio. any more questions e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
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If the problem occured because you removed the radio,I found I had to ground the wire going to the radio light to complete the circuit,then all my dash lights came on.If you have a small bulb connected with 2 wires,with one going to ground touch the other wire to each of the wires in the radio connecting plug one at a time and see if your dash lights come on. you must have car`s main light switch turned on first.
Remove the neg battery cable tehn the aC ducts under the dash. Then take the wires and bolts holding the radio from under the dash. Then remove the knobs and the nuts under them. Work the radio out from under the dash. First remove the bezel from the dash, (around the radio). Use 4 heavy pieces of wire and insert one into each of the holes in the corners of faceplate of the radio. Push them in approx. 2 inches then pull the radio out the front and disconnect the wires and antenna.
It's a resistor where the leads (wires) are axial (they come in at the center of each end of the resistor).
you need to take the dash apart first. Unscrew the radio and unplug it. Be sure you have the correct wiring harness for the car and tie in the wires to the new stereo. Do not cut the wires on the old head unit-it just causes a bigger headache. To do the job right on installing the new radio, make sure to use female to female connectors and a crimper. You don't want exposed wires touching each other-that can be dangerous.
take em off 1by1 and put them back on after each one you take off
If you have purchased a replacement radio, there will be thin spades in the pack (about 4 inches long - like ice cream sticks). Slide one of these in on each side between the radio unit and the car body. This action will press back the pressure clips that are retaining the radio. With a little tug the old radio should come out. An alternative to the spades would be thin knives but do not slide them in more than 3 inches.
Purchase a set of custom wires made for this vehicle. They will come in the correct lengths. Replace them one at a time and match up the proper length wires to each plug.
First you will need a Radio Removel Tool that you can pick up at the parts store. It's a U shaped tool with points on each end. If you look at your radio you will see 2 holes on each side of the radio. Push both tools in about 1/2 inch, at the same time and pull it back toward you and your radio will follow.
if u have access to speakers turn on radio balance speaker control on radio ,hook a good speaker to each wire if it work check the radio
See the four holes on the radio? One on each corner? You need a Ford factory radio removal tool. You can get these anywhere now. Some auto parts stores and even Walmart. You place the two tools into the holes and it releases the radio. Then you just slide it out. Go to radio installion place and get a harness adapter for the new radio and the vehicle it goes into. This will usually come with a wiring match up sheet. This will save you from having to splice the wires. Hope this helps.
I just changed one. Their are four wires where the wires come into the mirror but only three at the plug that does into the wire harness in the door. THere are two motors with worm gears in the mirror housing. I suspect the wires split 3>4 so each motor has two wires The four wires are a power and a ground wire for each motor. The plug has both grounds combined into one wire.
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Birds don't get electrocuted because electricity travels through the wires and when it reaches the stoby pole it goes down to the houses. For a bird to get electrocuted it would have to have one foot on each wire on each side of the stoby pole.
My wife has an 05 and its the same dash. First, open the ash tray located on the bottom left side of the radio bezel, so you can fit a flat-head screwdriver in behind it. Then with the screwdriver pry up the bottom corner of the bezel right above the ashtray It should pop out a little bit. Then do the same to the other side of the bezel. Then, pry up the middle left, then the middle right, working up towards the top. After that you can pretty much give the bezel a little tug and it should pop all the way off. Unplug the wires on the back of it to get it completely out of your way. Then you will see four screws. Two on each side of the radio. Take those out. Then there will be two screws underneath the cubby holding it in place. Take those out and the whole radio will come out. Unplug all the wires from the back, unscrew it from the plastic cubby housing, and you're done.