Can you just replace the fm antenna tip going into a car stereo
I have a 89 Subaru GL with a factory deck still in it. Upon looking at it, it looks like the antenna is hardwired into it, instead of the normal plug. The question I have is can I just splice the antenna wire and replace the tip (w/o having to go to too much hassle) or do I have to replace the whole line.
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1984-89 Nissan 300ZX Stereo Wiring
6 1/2" Doors
Left Front (+)
Left Front (-)
Right Front (+)
Right Front (-)
6 1/2" Side Shelves
Left Rear (+)
Left Rear (-)
Right Rear (+)
Right Rear (-)
There is no easy inexpensive way to hard wire an MP3 player into a factory stereo from 1994.
But there are 3 possible solutions and the first 2 should be less than $50.00
1. Use an FM transmitter that plugs into the headphone jack on the MP3 player, you tune the existing radio to the transmitter frequency. 2. If it is a cassette deck there are cassette adapters also, uses direct contact with the heads on the cassette deck to play the MP3 -- getting hard to find these. 3. Have a shop put an FM Modulator in the antenna line that has a plug that will fit the headphone jack of the MP3 player. Most expensive of the 3 solutions but will have the best sound of the 3.
Radio Constant 12V+ Wire: White/Green Radio Switched 12V+ Wire: White/Red Radio Ground Wire: Black Radio Illumination Wire: n/a Radio Dimmer Wire: Red/Black Radio Antenna Trigger Wire: n/a Radio Antenna Location: Rear Glass Front Speakers Size and Location: 6 1/2′ Doors Left Front Speaker Wire (+): Blue/Green Left Front Speaker Wire (-): Gray/Black Right Front Speaker Wire (+): Red/Green Right Front Speaker Wire (-): Brown/Black Rear Speakers Size and Location: 6′ x 9′ Rear Deck Left Rear Speaker Wire (+): Blue/Yellow Left Rear Speaker Wire (-): Gray/White Right Rear Speaker Wire (+): Red/Yellow
1996 Ford Explorer Car Stereo Radio Wiring Diagram
Car Radio Constant 12v+ Wire: Green/Violet Car Radio Switched 12v+ Wire: Yellow/Black Car Radio Ground Wire: Black/Light Green Car Radio Illumination Wire: Light Blue/Red Car Stereo Dimmer Wire: N/A Car Stereo Antenna Trigger: Orange/Blue Car Stereo Amp Trigger Wire: Blue (If Equipped) Car Stereo Amplifier Location: N/A Front Speakers Size: N/A Front Speakers Location: N/A Left Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): Orange/Light Green Left Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): Light Blue/White Right Front Speaker Positive Wire (+): White/Light Green Right Front Speaker Negative Wire (-): Dark Green/Orange Rear Speakers Size: N/A Rear Speakers Location: N/A Left Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): Gray/Light Blue Left Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-): Tan/Yellow Right Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): Orange/Red Right Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-): Brown/Pink