Nope. I just tried it on my explorers because the radio died on my 98 and I tried to swap it with my 96.
http://www.modifiedlife.com/1998-ford-explorer-car-radio-stereo-wiring-diagram/ Color codes for factory wiring
It displays on the factory radio. There is a button on the OEM radio to either show the time or radio station.
That seems to be quite a common problem on the 1998 models , from what I have read it is caused by bad soldered connections inside the radio.
where is the factory amp in a 1998 2dr ford explorer sport
how do you remove the radio from the 1998 740il. I am trying to repair the cup holder.
The factory radio does not have an aux Jack.
I believe the push button switch for the factory fog lights is in the center stack of your dash , just to the right of the radio , near the bottom of the radio
the radio needs to be fixed or replaced
Pull the radio out of the dash and get the serial number and take it in to a Honda dealer and they can help you
I think that the connections are different. 95 through 97 are the same but that was changed in 98 and I think it is still the same. A wiring connector may be available for about $20 from a internet company in Missouri that specializes in factory radios.
Contact crutchfield radio / electronics they will provide you with a free wiring harness when you purchase the radio thru them which will allow you to connect your radio without effecting the cars other electrical systems. the 1996 to 1998 Honda civic has the keyless entry module built into the factory radio, you will have to wire the factory radio in-line with your aftermarket radio, most people then hide the factory radio under the center console. your other options would be to go without keyless entry or install an aftermarket unit.
you will see two holes in each side of the radio, insert standard radio pins in here and the radio will pull out
Open the drivers door and on the end of the door ( or the latch pillar ) you will see an information sticker . One of the things it shows is the original size of tires on your 1998 Ford Explorer from the factory
www.the12volt.com has all factory wiring diagrams for free.
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I believe that is in the center stack of the dash , behind and to the left of the radio
That seems to be a common problem on the 1998 models. From what I have read, it seems to be bad soldered connections in the radio.
The location of the factory alarm on a 1998 Ford Explorer is in the driver's door. The alarm can be disarmed by grounding the dark green/purple wire found in the driver's side kick panel wire pack.
Anytime a battery cable is removed from the battery the radio will need to have the clock reset and the radio stations re-programmed. (Helpfull)
Factory stereos in a 1998 Hyundai is held in place by a mounting bracket found inside the center console. Remove the center console to reach the mounting bracket. Loosen the mounting screws and pull the radio forward. Pull the radio harness from the cabin wire harness and remove the radio.
Its all push button and there are no internal adjustments. If the radio or the buttons aren't working right, there is a problem that will have to be serviced by a technician.
it is behind the back panel on the passenger side. above the rear tire hump.
On my 1996 Explorer, when you set the park brake, the DRL lights shut off.