Remove the retaining cover from your factory stereo. Remove the factory stereo retaining bolts. Slide the factory stereo out. Remove the wiring harness and the antenna cable from the back of the factory stereo.
Remove the 2002 Dodge Durango factory stereo decorative cover. Remove the factory stereo retaining screws. Pull the factory stereo out. Remove the wiring harness and the antenna cable from the back of the stereo.
Since the wires in a Toyota are all different colors, all you have to do is go to a car radio store and ask for a car stereo Toyota wiring harness. It will come with intructions but basically all you have to do is plug that thing into the cars factory harness and hook the stereo up. It worked for my Camry 1990
Go to wal mart or your local stereo shop and pick up a factory plug in harness for your car, unplug your factory radio and plug in the harness, then you just wire in the aftermarket radio to the open end of the harness.....no cutting wires so you can put the factory radio back in by just unplugging the new one and replacing it
In my 1995 Metro there is no clock, other than the one that is in the stereo. If the stereo is bad, just replace it. You will need a new stereo, a wiring harness if you don't want to hack up the old factory harness, and a install kit to make the stereo fit in the hole if the old stereo is factory. Then just follow instructions included with these parts.
All i had to do was by the in dash kit and wiring harness and it should plug right in
MAYBE WAL-MART IF NOT A STEREO INSTALL SHOP
you need to pop out the frame and unscrew the radio. You will need a wiring harness for an after market stereo.
Remove the decorative stereo retaining cover. Remove the stereo retaining screws. Slide the stereo out and remove the wiring harness and the antenna cable.
If you are looking to install an aftermarket stereo in you Saturn it is easiest to buy the factory wiring harness adapter from your local audio components retailer and not hack off the factory plug. The harness adapter has all wires identified and is included for free if you buy your stereo from Crutchfield.com. good luck
You need to remove the wiring harness of the stereo and pull it out. It is fairly easy to replace this with something more advanced.
The amplifier is under the stereo itself on the floorboard. If you open up the lower compartment by the floor under the stereo and remove it the amplifier is right behind it.
I have an 08' Trundra Grade (base model) and it does have the connection.
No, you can't. It does not have such cable at all.
(H)100MMx(L)200MMx165mm(D) ON A 2004 TOYOTA COROLA
YOU CAN GET A WIRING KIT THAT PLUGS STRAIGHT INTO THE FACTORY HARNESS AT A STEREO SHOP OR WAL-MART FOR ABOUT $15. COMES WITH DIRECTIONS AND PICTURES. HOPE IT HELPS
no you do not. not even if you have the rockford fosgate package. you just wire up the aftermarket harness(95+ nissan) make sure you connect the blue/white wire. that will turn on the factory amp.
It is pretty easy, go to the stereo shop and buy the install kit as well as the wiring harness adapter for your vehicle. All you have to do is follow the directions and match up the wires of the new stereo wire harness with the adapter you have purchased. Remove the old stereo, install the mounting hardware. It should plug right in to the factory wire harness and snap in place.
Go to Wal Mart or Autozone and buy the harness adapter kit. Wire the connector to your stereo, and then plug the connector in the factory stereo harness and you are done. Easiest and cleanest way to install aftermarket stereos. Cost less than $20. or........ go to www.12volt.com.....right there hey have the wiring diagrams for almost n e thing
if your not going to use the old factory stereo, take it apart and you will find that the circit board is labled where it plugs in. Or go to your nearest stereo shop and get a wiring harness for $20.
if factory wal mart sells wire harness and it does some after market serios
Not too difficult. It will require about an hour and a basic understanding of car audio. This is not fully detailed, just the basics. You will need to purchase 2 things. 1. Vehicle Specific Mounting Kit (http://www.crutchfield.com/S-2G4tD0QgWhJ/m_750/Car-Stereo-Installation.html) 2. Vehicle Specific Wiring Harness (same website) The process goes like this: 1. Remove the factory stereo 2. Install the mounting kit which will include a little plastic compartment to fill in the extra space created by having a smaller-than-factory stereo. 3. Connect the wiring harness to the vehicle's existing harness. This should be compatible with your replacement stereo (make sure they are compatible) 4. Connect your new stereo to the harness (which goes between your new stereo and the vehicles current wiring harness) and slide the stereo into place. Done! Enjoy.
There is not one from the factory, you will need to install a product that sits between the harness and the stereo, like this: http://www.pie.net/pie_store/shopexd.asp?id=10&bc=no
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...