The actual compononts in the radio or for the power/speaker plug on back?
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a Honda shop?
It doesn't have one in the stock radio
Tie wraps can be used to replace a stock radio wiring harness in a 1991 Mercury Tracer. The wires can be replaced with other radio wire from an automotive parts store and the tie wrap can hold them together.
The stock radio on a 2008 Ford F550 is removed by removing the trim and cover panels, disconnecting the wiring harness, and taking out the retaining screws. The radio can then be slid out of its housing and removed.
Where can I find a passenger side door wiring diagram for a 1996 Honda civic ex coupe?
Begin by removing the decorative radio retaining cover. Remove the radio retaining screws. Slide the radio out, remove the wiring harness and the antenna cable from the back of the radio.
go to walmart buy the wiring adapter which come with the antenna adapter, a;so get the mounting adapter make sure you fet the right one or you'll have a headache.
Hold the Rcl button and use tune/seek to change time
if your radio is not stock then the wiring is not correct or depending on the year you may need a specific wiring harness for the car which can be bought and installed by any extreme audio store. that would be the case if your car radio stays on when the car gets turned off. It uses energy
To remove the radio, you will have to first remove the dash bezel, which is held in by four Phillips-head screws, two of which are above the instrument cluster, the third is above the cigar lighter and the fourth is above the headlight switch. The bezel also snaps in as well, and you will have to carefully pull it free of the dashboard. If you have tilt steering, you will want to tilt the column down as well. The radio is held in by two screws which have 10mm hex heads. You will have two hot wires. The red one is hot only when the key is in the "on" or "acc" position. That one will actually power the radio. There is also a pink wire which is constantly hot. That wire feeds the memories for the electronic tuning and clock. However, if you still have the stock wiring harness, you will want to buy a wiring harness kit which plugs into the stock wiring harness instead of hacking up the stock harness. These wiring kits are available for under $20 at most major auto parts stores and possibly Wal-Mart, and their wires are labeled (or a schematic comes in the package) for easy connection to the aftermarket radio.
if it's anything like mine, turn radio off, press the 'set' button, and use the <> buttons for hours and minutes.
8/1 is the stock rim size for a 1994 Saturn sc
If yours is like mine then you will find a wiring diagram on top of the factory radio when you remove it from the dash. Simply match-up the wiring for the new stereo to the coresponding feeds listed on the wiring diagram that's on the factory radio
if your asking if you can put subwoofers on the stock radio then no you have to have an aftermarket radio
first don't remove your stock stereo if u havn"t already. The radio works with the carscomputer to reset codes and other stuff. you can get an adapter that turns your speaker wire on the back of the radio into left and right channel to hook up to an aftermarket amplifier. then hook up your new speakers and sub woofer to the amp and use the stock radio to get your grove on. or install an after market radio in the glove box or middle console but don't remove the stock radio. get rid of the stock amp not powerful enough.
The stock oil pressure sensor on a 97 Saturn can be replaced with an oil pressure gauge for poundage info by first unscrewing the existing sensor. The new sensor can then be screwed into place and wiring ran to a suitable pressure gauge.
you don't neccesarily need a wiring diagram if the stock plug is still there. when you buy a wiring kit for that specific vehicle the wires will be color coded to match up to the new radio (red to red, yellow to yellow etc). you just connect the wiring harness for your truck to the wiring harness for your deck and plug 'em in. if it's not there...you need a 12v constant, 12v switched, ground, and +/- spekaer wires for each set of speakers.
if you need a wedding ring go to Saturn they have nice rings in stock
For Temporary Fix, By A Rocker Switch From Auto Parts Store. Pull Your Head Light Switch Out Of The Dash Wire In The Rocker Switch. Will Have To Find Wiring Diagram Or Chiltons Book For Wiring Schematic For That Year Of Vehicle. Only Temp Fix, Should Replace With Stock Switch For That Vehicle.
stock wire harness speaker wires are always Gray, White< purple< green
It should be directly underneath the stock radio.
Under the hood, right next to the battery, there is a fusebox. There is a 15A fuse in this fuse box labeled audio. This is the fuse that interrupts the default power signal for the stock radio. Most aftermarket radios rely on an adapter harness that changes the stock wiring to the standard wiring making it easier to connect the replacement radio, so I would say that in about 95% of instances this is the fuse that you would check first. It is my experience that even if your aftermarket radio has a fuse directly on the rear of the headunit, you most likely blow the primary fuse first.