If you are simply installing a different "aftermarket" radio then all you really have to do is pull the old radio out. Purchase a "wiring harness" specifically for you vehicle. Plug that into the wiring for the radio (from your vehicle) and plug the other end into the back of the radio. You can do it by splicing and connecting all the wires but that is not worth it all things considered.
No. You can buy adapters that plug into the rear of the head unit, though.
There's a nice tutorial on how to do that here: http://www.robdiesel.com/galleries/cars/1993volvo945/radioremoval/index.htm
If you get two screwdrivers in each side of the deck and push the tabs in at the same time it should slide right out of the cage.
yes, interior changes happen post 2000.
It has a small light bulb in the radio you have to replace. Take the radio out and take it apart and you will see it in the front. You can get it from a Ford dealer or try www.rockauto.com - Enter year,model and make and go down to Electrical-Lamp & Socket/ Radio Dial Light Bulb
speaker is black-, blue with brownish stripe + on power connector their are 4 wires ,2 of them are black,1 green,last is black with green stripe
In my Malibu, I have a theft deterrant system. When it is enabled, and there is a power interrution, the am/FM radio and the CD player will be locked until I use a numerical password to unlock it. I don't know if that is the problem in your case, or what you would do about it since the CD player is from a different source. You would try www.fordlockcodes.com and they might be able to help you...
a very regular problem about this is no the lcd, the problem is the led that is back the lcd, just replace it.if the numbers you can see them just in the night im sure is just the led.
The steering wheel controls are probably bad The only fuse is the radio fuse and if the radio works the fuse is OK Also if you do not have the original stereo, and your new stereo does not have a place to plug in those controls they will not work.
Try a head cleaner disc
I have one of these for sale on Ebay. According to Sears Parts site, it says LXI see - http://www.searspartsdirect.com/partsdirect/retrieveModelActionHome%21retrieve.action?modelNumber=56424140050&pop=flush
if you have amfm radio you can use and FM transmitter they go like for $10 to $ 15 for a cheap one. http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_ss_e/105-6148201-0702809?URL=search-alias%3Delectronics&field-keywords=FM+transmitter&x=0&y=0
That depends on what year. I have a 1994 GCL with a cassette only. I've been using a cassette adapter to my MP3 player. The only problem is that the cassette deck has a short (I think). Anyway, on a 1994 JGCL, remove the console face plate (only four little screws) surrounding the radio. After that it's pretty easy. Just remove the screws surrounding the radio, and pull it out. Now, finding a non-DaimlerChrysler radio to fit in the spot...that's another question. additional info: Check with Crutchfield.com for tons of great information concerning car audio. I've used them several times and they sell good equipment at a fair price and whats even better is that they send factory wiring harness kits so your new installation is pretty close to plug and play. Their support line is better than you can believe and they can tell you almost anything about any difficulty you might be experiencing. I'll go to the grave singing praises about this company.....lol, and I don't even work for em !!! I pulled an AMFM Radio with Casette & CD out of a 1998 JGC at a junkyard and it fits just fine in my 1994 JGC. The bennefit is that it has the original green back lighting to match the rest of my instrument dash panel. Also it is plug and play.
The antenna is in the driver's side rear window. Look close and you can see the wires inside the glass, pretty much like the rear defroster.
First take off the faceplate surounding the dash by removing the four torque-head screws in the corners. Then remove the four screws (2 on each side) that hold the heating control unit in place (It is a separate piece from the radio head unit). Pull it out far enough so that you can reach the wiring harness that plugs in the back and unplug it. You're done!
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Right now (FEB 2011) there are several on eBay, selling for about 400. Or trying to sell -- no bidders. These are tough times. I am going to hold on to mine, as these were only made in 1985, and they can only go up in value. = = = "The radio seldom pops up for sale, mostly on eBay when it does. Most of the radios seem to be still in their original box, never used as yours is. They will go up in value, so hold onto it and keep it in as pristine condition as possible, given the competition among remaining radios. There is one for sale on eBay for $2,500, but a more realistic value range would be $200 - $400 for now. " (2005)
That should be covered in your owners manual.On My 04 Canyon there are 2 small button just below the tuning knob that allow the time to be reset. Good Luck and Remember.Change Your Mind, Not Your Oil.Use the First In Synthetic Motor Oil's.See My Bio For Information & Contact Details. To change the time on my 2004 Sierra all I had to do was turn off the radio, then hold down either the hour or minute button for about 5 seconds, then the time will change
For the new stereo, connect the ground wire to one of the spade-type connectors welded to the left side support near the corner of the trunk, or screw it to one of the two center supports. The positive connector will go to one of the ignition-on switches. The third fuse connector from the passenger side usually is a good one. Alternately, you can use the first or second fuse, just remember to turn yyour radio off when done, as these are live all the time. This year Ghia has no "accessory" position for the ignition switch, so you have to listen to the radio with the engine running. If you turn the ignition key to the "run" poition, the radio will come on, but you may burn your ignition points! Speakers can be mounted in the rear parcel shelf,, but you will need to find or make an opening for the speaker wires between the trunk and the footwell. Once you get the wires into the footwell, you can run them to the back under the carpet. Run the wires along the sides or the center tunnel, and not under the middle of the carpet.
Regarding the radio is the antenna hooked in the back of the unit correctly? Is so then your first and second problems are properly due to wires being crossed up. Recheck your wiring diagram closely. Find the CD wires and the speaker wires and tie them together and out of the way. Then begin changing two wires at a time until you fine the correct matchup. (Just because you have two blue wires it does mean they automatically go together) I had this problem in the past.
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