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No power to radio or vehicle

Posted on Nov 05, 2012

  • dyan Nov 05, 2012

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Radio Constant 12V+ Wire: Red/Orange
Radio Ignition Switched 12V+ Wire: (CAN data bus)
Radio Ground Wire: Black
Radio Illumination Dimmer Wire: Orange/Brown
Radio Antenna Trigger Wire: N/A
Radio Amplifier Trigger Wire: N/A
Front Speakers Size: N/A
Front Speakers Location: N/A
Left Front Speaker Wire (+): Gray/Orange
Left Front Speaker Wire (-): Gray/Yellow
Right Front Speaker Wire (+): Gray/Dark Green
Right Front Speaker Wire (-): Gray/Light Green
Rear Speakers Size: N/A
Rear Speakers Location: N/A
Left Rear Speaker Wire (+): Dark Green/Dark Blue
Left Rear Speaker Wire (-): Dark Green/Purple
Right Rear Speaker Wire (+): Gray/Dark Blue
Right Rear Speaker Wire (-): Gray/Tan

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  • Remove the factory issue stereo. Pry off the radio trim bezel with a flat head screwdriver. Remove the four bolts on each corner of the radio. Pull the radio out the dashboard. Unplug the thick black radio antenna cable. Disconnect the wire harnesses from the rear of the stereo. Place the old stereo to one side.
  • Prepare the dashboard for the new stereo. Fit the radio installation sleeve provided with the aftermarket stereo to the radio installation kit. Feed the sleeve through the portal of the radio installation kit and bend the tabs on the sides of the sleeve to secure it in place. Feed the audio wiring of the Jeep and the radio antenna cable through the portal of the assembly and slide the assembly into the dashboard. Secure it in place with the bolts removed earlier.
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  • Slide the connected aftermarket stereo into the prepared housing in the Patriot's dashboard. Click it into place in the radio installation sleeve, taking care not to trap any wiring.



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  • 2 Remove the five screws on the top edge of the dash panel with a Phillips-head screwdriver.
  • 3 Pry the trim panels surrounding the climate control knobs away from the dashboard with the trim panel removal tool.
  • 4 Remove the trim panel that surrounds the headlamp switches (located to the left of the steering column) with a trim panel removal tool.
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  • 6 Pull the dash panel that surrounds the stereo and covers the instrument panel of the Cherokee, away from the dashboard by hand.
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  • 8 Pull the factory stereo from the stereo mounting dock.
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  • 11 Replace dash panel that stretches across the top of the steering column.
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    I'm doing this from memory since it's been about four months since I actually did this.
    This is for a 2005 LX. EX procedure may be slightly different.

    Disconnect the negative battery cable and make sure it can't come back into contact with the negative battery terminal.

    1) Remove the plastic tab (where a push button probably is for EX model) to the upper right of the radio.
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    Go to a stereo sales & installation shop, or even auto parts places usually have them now too, and get an adapter harness for your particular vehicle. They plug directly in to your existing harness, then you simply wire your new stereo to it,via directions. Few bucks now, will save hours of aggravation later,.and if you decide to sell vehicle later, and put old one back in, it's all there to plug back in, nice & clean.

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