This is what's going on with my 95 Jeep GC also. Eventually, the entire display went out, too. I took my car to an audio dealer that specializes in car audio. He said the motherboard went out (it is fried). There would be moments (once per year) when the dislpay would show but no hope is left. Basically it needs a new radio. I get that clicking sound all the time now.
where do I find the color code for a 1989 jeep Cherokee and what does it look like
instructions on how to remove the stereo on a montero limited
I'm guessing your stereo is aftermarket. If so, then whoever installed it did it wrong or tried something tricky.
I Dream in Stereo - 2007 was released on: USA: 15 January 2007 (limited)
check the fuse
In 1971 there was a limited run of the SG Deluxe with stereo output. That's the only one I know of.
remove the dashboard face then you should beable to remove and put in your new stereo u may have to take out the heater cointroll unit to get do that
under the dash in your fuse panel . it will say radio .
remove the plastic panel around the stereo by using a flat screwdriver to pop it out in all corners then remove screws then remove stereo remove the plastic panel around the stereo by using a flat screwdriver to pop it out in all corners then remove screws then remove stereo
There are quite a few relays and solenoids that are activated when an engine is turned on. Some of them make noise.
probably extra controls for the stereo volume and station selection.
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It doesn't control anything. It is the connection for the cruise switches, horn switch, radio controls(if equipped) and airbag that allow the steering wheel to turn and there to still be a connection.
Have you checked the aerial is pluged in to the radio. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- If it's the stock stereo, these go bad eventually......as well as the speaker ports on the back of the stereo... Just replaced mine with an after-market stereo for $99 at Circuit City.... Works fine now...
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Behind the Passenger side rear back panel by the wheel-well
jeep stereo fittingto remove the centre pannal of a Cherokee classic you simply lift it from the bottom,make sure you put gear chang in neutarel or drive as the bottom should be pulled towards you it opens from the bottom,then remove the pannel by pulling the top out.its only held in by 4 plastic male and female conectors.you can also get a backing surround for your new stereo as it will be smaller than jeep original.
The stereo is able to play MP3 cd's, you can get a ton of songs on a 700mb compact disk. sorry no plug in for the mp3 player but I think you can add one, ask a stereo store about that.
All Jeep Grand Cherokee ZJ's(1993-1998) have a 1.5 DIN stereo. It is most easy to get a single DIN kit and install a single DIN stereo, but many have opted to cut out a bigger opening and block off the center vents to fit a double DIN stereo. If you want a 1.5 DIN aftermarket stereo, you will be best off buying a marine stereo. Many manufacturers make 1.5 DIN Marine head units.
without removing the stereo you are limited to a cassette adapter or a wireless FM modulator. both will have very low/crappy sound quality. the next step up is a wired FM modulator.. you will have to intercept the antennae connection for this.. best place is behind the stereo but you can also get to it at the antennae itself.
Nothing happens. The stereo has a transformer that converts the power to DC, and 50 or 60 Hz input makes no difference.
Look in a cheap aftermarket manual at an auto parts store. Haynes is a good one.