Question about Toyota Cars & Trucks
this video shows a guy with a pair of scissors doing it, would be better if you had a better tool selection than he does. anyway principle is the same, Happy holidays.
Posted on Nov 30, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: swapping out radio from salvaged
Is the salvaged radio EXACTLY the same as the original radio? Are you sure everything is plugged in correctly? If the radio is not EXACTLY the same. the circuits could be different and the wiring harnesses may not provide power at the correct pins on the radio. Also, do you have the security code for the salvaged vehicle? The code for your radio will not work in the salvaged vehicle radio.
Also check to be sure that you did not cause the fuses to blow when disconnecting/connecting radio components. If you attempted this job without first disconnecting the battery cable, there is a very good likelyhood that this has occured. Damage to the salvaged radio could also have occured if the salvage vehicle battery was not disconnected during removal of the salvaged radio.
Posted on Jul 31, 2011
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