Hook up your own car

Published: 21.09.2017

Here are four choices for getting connected. If the stereo isn't held in place by screws or nuts, you'll need to use a radio-removal key.

I'm an auto mechanic, for 44 years, and I'm all for people knowing more about their vehicles. Connect the matched wires.

The plastic piece into which the wires are fed should have either a tab or a button you can push, which will release the harness. Check one last time to be sure that all of your wiring is secure, then screw the new speaker into place in the factory mounting and re-attach the factory grille. Start with the window crank. Match up the wires.

Brian Nadel is a freelance writer and editor who specializes in technology reporting and reviewing. A stored code points in the direction the problem appears to be. I feel much better knowing that I not only saved money, but also picked up a trade that I can use the rest of my life. Thank you, thank you, thank you. It's best to study and follow the wiring diagram that came with the stereo. Keep in mind that some cars and systems are more complicated than others and that every car and stereo system will be different, so some specifics may vary.

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Huh, that actually worked? Most, however, are held in place by a spring clip. And if the ground wire connection is loose, it could result in poor audio output. Depress the surrounding door panel, look behind the window crank, and rotate the handle until you see the spring clip.

    1. Samsung_Galaxy - 23.09.2017 in 14:59

      Use the factory fuse box. The port is there so anyone can hook up to it and do diagnostics.

      Anton_Zaharov - 26.09.2017 in 04:52

      With the wiring harness connected to your new speaker, simply plug the other end of the harness into the factory wiring harness. Just a few more seconds before your game starts!

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