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04-08 Pontiac Grand Prix - Blower Motor Resistor ReplacementPart 1 ..... Loosen, but do not remove the two frontward screws, then remove the single rearward .... Pontiac Grand Prix StereoRemoval 2004-2008 - Duration: 4:27. by Factory Car Stereo ...Pontiac Grand Am ,HVAC, Heater Fan will not turn on.
first check the factory wiring for your vehicle. sometimes the red wire is not the battery power. In my car the orange wire was battery power and red was the accessory power. also make sure the ground wire is attached securely. Then check your fuse box. I had a 10 amp fuse blow and because the aftermarket stereo drew more power than the factory one I needed to put in a larger fuse.
There is no yellow on mine, I've been through numerous diagrams on here and they are all saying there is a yellow, Not to mention i have 3 green wires, 3 black wires. I can't figure out the wire colors on the Stereo!!!
Unfortunately their is no way to replace the lamps in this radio. The most cost effective repair is to take it to an aftermarket stereo company, and have a new radio installed. The factory units aren't that great, and very expensive.
Get a wiring harness adapter kit (about $10) from a stereo shop. It has harness plugs that will plug directly into your harnesses in the dash, and has color-coded wires that you will color-match to the wires on the aftermarket deck's harness. You may need an antenna adapter as well. If your stock stereo face is taller than the aftermarket one, you'll need a dashboard adapter kit to take up the extra space.
Take your vehicle's registration to a GM dealer. The parts department will be able to tell you the color code, or anything else you want to know, by using the vehicle's VIN number. The parts guys shouldn't charge you.