Question about 1992 Toyota Camry V6
I think it really depends on what one she has. Mine was the full unit with tape and CD. When I got my car the radio didn't work. I later found out that the amp under the passanger seat went bad and took down the whole system. Toyta, for some reason, ran all the key wires under that seat. Thats where the Constant, VCC (Key power), Remote, and ground. Then the amp powers the head unit. The person I bought mine from said that the radio started clicking in the speakers before it quit. If I would have just known to change the amp under the seat, it would have been much quicker. Hope some of this helps.
Posted on Apr 09, 2009
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