Re: i was going to hook a cd player and i hooked up the...
I hope you didn't cut your wire hornest to your radio if so you need to start all over take the cd player back out reconnect the wires back and by a harnest connector for your car for a radio you can get them at any store that install car radios
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You need to check wiring an connectors at the transfer case shift control module an check power an grounds at the module ! If all seams good there a scan tool will need to be hooked up to check for codes ! If none of this makes no sense or you don't under stand any of this you need to take it to someone who does !
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check power wire make shure yellow is in right place this is for your lights if hooked in with orange it shouldnt be orange is a consistant power sorce red is for only when ignition is on blue is for amplifier all darker color speaker wires should be neg lighter pos make shure none r mis matched make shure you do not have you fade left to right wrong same with front to back
Generally you any after market radio can be installed into any car. You might have to cut the original wiring connector but basically all you need to hook up a basic radio/cd player is a positive and a ground wire. That's what powers the radio/cd player. Next all you need to do is hook up the speaker wires the unit. One other option is to check out ebay for a used radio/cd player. You will do better getting a radio that does not have an anti-theft feature. If it has an anti-theft feature you will have to enter a code to make it work.
probably when heater core replaced instrument cluster was damaged. check for broken wires or loose connections. on newer vehicles sometimes if you disconnect the instrument cluster you have to reprogram it with a scan tool for the car to recognize it.
Your best bet on that one is to go to a place that sells car audio systems or even some autoparts retailers have them,and get the proper adapter harness already made up. A few more dollars but, a whole lot less headaches.
This is going to be a loose ground. Since the problem occured after a heater core replacement I would check the ones there. Pull the kick panels off of both sides and make sure the grounds are hooked up and tight. They will have bolt thru connectors on the end of the wires.Also look at the center brace area under the dash sometimes they have them there too.
The yellow wire does not get used unless you have a power antenna to hook it to. The red wire is suppose to be hooked to the wire that was used as power for the stock stereo, so it turns on and off with the key. If you have it hooked to constant power, it has power coming to it even when it's turned off. That and the fact that you may need a better ground is most likely the reason you're getting the moise even when turned off. You may also want to check your speaker connections.