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The only problem you can have is possible to loss the station or code. However you can reset. go to www. autoelectronico.com and get the topic and do it.
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Posted on Nov 20, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Factory stereo removal
i also had to remove the center panel,be careful with the heater controls,i didn't fully disconnect the hot/cold selector and fixing that was allot worse than putting in the cd player.
Posted on Oct 19, 2008
It's actually not too hard when you figure everything out. I just installed an aftermarket stereo and couldn't get any sound until I stumbled across a solution on this site. First you need to get the correct wire harness which I bought on ebay for $1.99. Then you need to get the install kit. I got mine at Radio Shack for $10.00 cause they're going out of business. You can get it at Best Buy too or any other car stereo place. To get the old stereo out. Take out the cup holder. There is a button on the top rear of it that releases it. Then remove the 2 screws at the bottom. Gently pull the entire trim that surrounds the stereo, cd changer and ac controls. You will now have access to removing the stereo. It's very easy after that. After you connect the wire harness and install the new stereo you need to run a wire from the red ACC wire on the stereo to the NBS relay in the fuse box under the hood. That's it! Good luck. Sorry I have no pictures.
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
If this is the kind with 4 holes in i, then you need to get the removal tools or use 4 nails or long screwdrivers all at same time and pull out the stereo.
If you do not have the holes, then you may have the kind that requires tools to slide in sides between stereo and bracket to loosen the hold. A butterknife sometimes works for this..
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
i think it stands for traction control. most cars with that say ETC which stands for electronic traction control. if you have a manual for the car it should say what it is.
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
Yes u do....I have an 03 sierra and apparently they changed everything in 03.....the harness is over $100.....but u need it....and they dont sell a reg wiring kit from 03 and up....if it was an 02, then yes u could get away cheap......it has to do with the steering wheel switches
Posted on Jan 24, 2010
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