Yes you can put an after market CD player in your Impala but you must have these things to do so. (Works with 2000 - 2005 Chevy Impala)
1. An aftermarket CD player. (Any kind)
2. Dash adapter kit.
(Search www.Google.com/products for " Radio Kit 02 Impala ")
3. T-harness to relocate factory radio to the trunk as to preserve the cars on-board computer and retain the ability to reset messages such as time for an oil change which is done through the factory radio.
(Search www.google.com/products for " Scosche GM06B ")
4. Patience, about 2 Hours, and the willingness to remove and reinstall your dash and trim panels.
NOTE: ALWAYS REMOVE NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL BEFORE DOING ANY OF THE STEPS BELOW. DO NOT RECONNECT UNTIL ALL ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS ARE MADE AND SECURE.
NOTE: The instructions provided with the T-harness say that you should disconnect the airbags before proceeding as there is a risk they may go off unintentionally. However GM/Chevrolet says that under no circumstances should you ever disconnect the airbag (SRS) system. Even with the negative battery terminal disconnected the airbags could still go off causing personal injury. I my self have done this procedure many times and have NEVER disable the airbags, with no negative effects. It is up to you EITHER WAY PROCEED AT YOUR OWN RISK.
Dash removal instructions see page 18 of the link below.
( http://documents.victorytechnologies.com//documents/product/929.pdf )
Route harness wire under dash to far passenger side of car remove bottom and side door trim from front and back passenger doors to release carpeting so that you can run the wires underneath it. Remove back seat (bottom and back) and look for a hole maybe covered in a black rubber type substance with a black plastic tube filled with wires going through it. Pull back rubber sealer and push harness through into the trunk and replace seal as best as possible.
Make sure to secure the factory radio in the trunk so that it does not slide around and get damaged.
Install your dash kit. (Should come with instructions, kind of a no brainer)
Color match the T-harness's wires and the radio harness wires and secure with caps.
NOTE: Impalas have a system known as RAP or Retained Accessory Power allowing the vehicles radio and windows to function for 10 minutes after the car is shut off and the key is removed, or until a door is opened. Due to this aftermarket radios work incorrectly with the RED accessory wire provided on the T-harness. To fix this do not use the RED wire from the T-harness instead hook the RED wire from your CD player's harness to an accessory wire located behind the glove box. (See impala notes in the box at the bottom of the instructions that came with the T-harness for which wire to use.)
Install metal CD player holder into dash kit and bend in the prongs to secure in place.
CHECK ALL CONNECTIONS TO MAKE SURE THEY ARE CAPPED AND NO BARE WIRES ARE EXPOSED.
Connect wire harness to CD player and slide CD player in until it clicks in secure.
Reconnect the negative battery terminal and start your car or turn it to the ON position. Check to make sure both the aftermarket and the factory radio work correctly, as well as all other aspects of the car. (Factory radio will have no sound but should otherwise function correctly.)
If all works reassemble your car and your done.
You will need a computer tech tool, available at any Chevy dealer. You cannot do it without it.
AM/FM radio was a VERY rare option in 1963. Very few had them. Most had AM only, and many came with no radio at all.
how many watts does he amp have in a 2005 chevy impala
it is 225/60/R16
A stock 96 Chevy Impala SS has 260 base horsepower. This super sport package is designed for performance oriented drivers.
p/225 60 r-16
The tires that came stock on the 1959 Impala were the OEM. On the convertible they were the 235 blue-flame tires. OEM stands for the original equipment manufacturer.
look on your drivers side door on the specifications label.
you cant you cant
read the manual that came with the radio or ask a friend that is good with cars!!
The seat cover that comes stock on a Chevy Implala are designed to resist spills and stains. With a comfortable leather design, they are not only durable, but also pleasing to the eye.
where your tape player is in the middler of your dash replace that with your CD player and un hook the wires from your stock radio. I did the same think in my truck and it works fine.
06 impala ss, stock to stock.
yes.. because also the security system can get screwy if you get rid of the stock.. my freind ran hers to under the passengers side seat.. you can do whatever.. but keeping the stock radio in will really help you..
im trying to find out the same thing
Not on my 2006 Uplander.
With the help of a Trim Tool, carefully remove the Center Trim Panel from around the Radio. Remove the 4 screws. Pull out Unit. Disconnect Electrical Plug & Antenna. Installation is reverse.....
actually yes, this is very vital to a superb sounding system, you need the auxillary ports in the back of an aftermarket CD player. these are used to plug your amp into with the RCA jacks, then you just connect your speakers to the amp and then you will have your speakers sounding better.
yes it comes stock
Salvage yard or through the dealership
No, this function isn't introduced until 2007. Sorry!
once you take the dash off there are two clips on the side of the stock radio you push in and the old unit slides out, if you bought a installation kit with your new CD player it should have the clips to slide the new unit in
16" X 6.5" 5 Lug 115mm bolt pattern rim with P225/60R16 size tire.....
Yes, Marantz does make a radio with a mp3 player in it also. You will have to do a little research as to where you can find these. You can call the stores to see if they have them in stock.