the stock stereo has four holes, two on each side of the stereo, about 1/8 th inch diameter. you can get the tools from Walmart in the stereo section among the installation kits. it contains 2 U shaped rods with a knotch near the end. insert and pull both at the same time. (instructions in kit). costs about 7 bucks but well worth it. i just did this myself.
usually 170 to 175 degrees on the stock cooling system
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.
if you are trying to install the factory stereo to it...it should be the same plug...if you are trying to install the stereo for a cougar on a different car you need to buy the plug for that stereo and then a harness for the other car...
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.
If you mean the stock stereo, you have to get these U shaped tools that have nubs on the ends of them. When you insert them, the stereo should pop out enough to pull it the rest of the way out. You could probably get a dealer or stereo place to do it for free if you ask nicely. Also if you order a new stereo they may or may not include the U tools.
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
on mine i had a premium sound system package stock. i had to bypass the stock amp to run the head unit even though i am running it on the pre amp from the head unit. the speaker will notwork unless you bypass the the stock amp.
NO there is not.
Buy the removal tool to take stock radio out, can be ordered online or found in local auto parts store
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.
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
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.
Stock speakers should be 4x6's
hi, the four little holes in the front of the stereo are for 2 special tools. they are cheap (i think) and most shops have them around. it only takes 2 minutes to remove with the tools, so it shouldn't cost much to have a shop do it if you dont want to buy the tools. hope that helps you can get the u shaped tools at walmart for about 7 bucks in the car stereo section wamong the installation kits. I'll add you insert the two tools until you feel the first click. Then push each tool outwards towards the sides of the stereo which releases the catches. While doing that then pull straight out. The tools are readily available anywhere they sell stereos.
no they do not
No it does not have RCA Outputs.