Where is the best place to connect the red green brown and yellow wires for a trailer on a 1998 Mitsubishi Montero which has the wiring harness under the rear seat and no obvious matching wires?
The best place is to take off the rear taillights and wire into them with splitters.
Take the inside door panel off disconnect the wires for the window and door locks(if you have power windows and locks). Unbolt the door at the hinge and your good to go If you are swapping your door with a used door that has a good wire harness, when you unbolt the door at the hinge, pull the wire harness from the "a" pillar and disconnect the two plugs there. No need to disconnect each…
How do you get to the tail light wires on a 1999 Mitsubishi Montero Sport to install a trailer light hook up?
You need a DIN removal tool, found at any auto parts store. While you're there, you'll also need a wire harness for the new stereo, possibly an adapter kit, some butt connectors and maybe a krimper. Expect to spend close to $40 for these items. Connecting the wire harness to the stereo is as easy as color matching. Slide the stereo sleeve into place, connect the harness and slide the stereo in.
How do you remove engine wiring harness on a 2003 mitsubishi eclipse does the heater box have to come out?
try this sight for the harness: www.scosche.com/products/sfID1/151/sfID2/158 but make sure you call and talk to a support adviser to make sure you get the right one. If you have a round port on the back of your system you will need a the right harness as it supplies power to the power amp otherwise you will not get any power to you speakers. But you may also run into another problem...some Mitsubishi systems have anti…
What do you check if the brake and interior lights in your Mitsubishi montero sport are not working?
Mitsubishi Montero Bulb Troubleshooting (check in this order): · Check Fuses · Check Bulbs · Check Relay(s) · Check Light Switch(es) · Check license plate light bulb and wiring · Check trailer hitch wiring harness · Check all wiring harnesses and wire Most likely its the fuse or a burnt bulb breaking the circuit. Sometimes the license plate and/or the trailer hitch is wired into other circuits and can cause issues in other areas. Sometimes…
Do you get a small amplifier that you can install in a car door and connect on the speaker line that comes from the radio?
On the factory radio wire harness of a 2002 Oldsmobile Alero what color do you connect to the remote wire of your amplifier?
That depends. There should be two red power wires on the back of an aftermarket deck. One will be 'constant' power, the other will be 'switched' power. The 'constant' one always has power, so that radio stations and other settings aren't erased when the vehicle is turned off. I'm assuming you're not using an adapter harness to connect the aftermarket deck directly to the GM radio harness.(always the preferable option) Most of the time(when not…
Visit auto parts store and order Hoppy 43105 harness. Remove interiorrear panel just above bumper and interior driver side rear quarter panel (where the jack storage is). You will find an unused wiring harness that is taped out of the way. Use this to connect it to the harness and route the wiring into the jack storage area.
Definitely not an easy task. You would have to remove the whole dash, the ECU/TCU is located in the center bottom of the dash. Once the dash is removed the wiring harness is under the rubber material, then you would have to feed it through the firewall and on the other side (engine bay) disconnect the harness from the various engine components.
When changing a door speaker in a 2000 jeep lerado how can you tell the difference between the positive and negative wires?
The easiest way is to test both sides with a multimeter. The positive side is the side transmitting the wattage to the speaker. The negative side is simply the ground. Also, automotive speakers typically have two different sized terminals and will be clearly marked with a + and a -. Hopefully you did not already cut the stock wiring harness out of the door. The easiest way to connect aftermarket speakers is to buy a…
you have to first unplug the big harness from the stock amp behind the glovebox,buy a required harness to connect to harness that you unplug from amp,you also have to run your new speaker wires from harness you buy because wires are too short.the other harness you can see behind radio--those are hot leads and ground and power antenna,also requires a separate harness kit.your good to go.
Take off the front piece which has your radio and air and so on ,, this just pops off from bottom to top. Then unscrew your old radio and disconnect the wires in back and the wire for the radio and then get a wire harness so you can adapt to your new deck and connect that and then connect the harness to the new deck and there ya go.
Using crimped butt connectors or soldering, connect the harness from the aftermarket radio to a Metra Electronics Corp. 70-1858, and connect it to the stock harness. Use a Metra 40-GM10 or 40-GM12 to connect the stock antenna jack into the new radio, and I recommend using a Metra 99-4000 dash kit for a less tacky look than a standard flat dash kit.