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I am installing a new cd player in my 1995 jeep grand cherokee. I found the mounting kit and harness,but I don't know what antenna adapter i need

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Go to the nearest best buy they will give you exactly what you need

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Replace horn 2007 jeep grand cherokee


  • 1Buy a horn kit. Direct replacement kits for the Jeep Grand Cherokee models will have only one horn, but many aftermarket kits consist of two horns.
  • 2Locate the original manufacturer's horn. The horn for the Jeep Grand Cherokee is mounted under the right turn signal behind the front bumper. The easiest way to access it is from underneath the front of your Jeep.
  • 3Disconnect the power connector from the horn, unscrew the mounting bolts with a socket wrench and remove the original horn. If you are installing a factory replacement, you can simply attach the old wiring harness to the new horn and mount it in the original location. However, if you are installing two horns, you will need to find a sturdy location with minimal vibrations.
  • 4Splice the original pair of wires to the two horns according to the instructions for the new horns. The kit should include the connectors that you will need. Generally, you will splice a Y connection to each original wire to produce two pairs of wires that are connected to a new wiring harness. You will then connect each harness to one of the new horns.
  • 5Test the new horns to ensure they work.

    *I've done this myself on a few of my Jeeps, these directions are the simplest though, but do not take into account any "issues" . For the simplest fix, i would by a replacement horn (same year and model) from a breakers and install, if you're brave you can buy a cheap one form amazon or ebay.
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    I had a new computer installed in my 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee and now the radio doesn't work. All I get is static. I can change stations and the clock still works.


    Sounds like the installer may have unplugged your antenna wire from the antenna, which is close by the computer and maybe was accidentally unplugged. Have it checked out.

    Sep 08, 2011 | 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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    Radio on Jeep 1995 Jeep Cherokee does not work. First FM went out, then 2 months later whole radio stopped working. Came back on once out of the blue and then disappeared for good. Time for a new radio....


    YUP....new radio time...you can get a good used unit in a scrapyard or a new one of your choice at any audio store. Make sure you get any necessary face plate adapters and a harness adapter to make the job go faster and easier! ( necessary for new unit)

    May 28, 2010 | 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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    Installing an aftermarket CD player.


    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.

    Mar 27, 2009 | 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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    Replace stock cd player from one brand of car to another.


    Check at stereo sales/install place, or most auto parts stores have them now, and ask for adapter for wiring & plate for mounting in what ever vehicle you decide. It makes things a lot neater, & easier. Take player in with you to make sure, mounting plate is correct.

    Mar 25, 2009 | 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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    Adding a radio w/ remote changer to a 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee


    in most cases the wiring is already there, it is cheaper for the manufacturer to use one harness than many different ones, I know this is true on GM and Ford, should be the same with Chrysler products as well.

    Feb 15, 2009 | 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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    Installing CD player


    here is the wiring schematic.
    Constant 12V+ Orange Switched 12V+ Yellow Ground Black Illumination Gray Dimmer Brown Antenna Right Window Trim Front Speakers 6 1/2" Doors Left Front (+) Tan Left Front (-) Gray Right Front (+) Light Green Right Front (-) Dark Green Rear Speakers 4" x 6" Side Pillar Left Rear (+) Brown Left Rear (-) Yellow Right Rear (+) Dark Blue Right Rear (-) Light Blue

    And you will need a Wire harness... Metra #GMRC-LAN-01
    And a mounting Kit Metra #99-3305
    And antenna adapter Metra #40-cr10

    This is for the basic radio... if you have upgrade NAV/Onstar/Premium sound.... there are different wiring harnesses available.

    Let me know if you need more help.

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    How to remove factory radio


    Removing the radio bezel is easy, which is the plastic surrounding the radio including the heater vents. Slide something thin, or your fingers underneath from the bottom of the bezel and gently pull towards you, carefull not to break any tabs. Once you have one tab out keep working all around the bezel until its off. You will then see the radio and how its mounted. There are 4 screws holding the radio in. Remove and put in the cup holder so you dont lose them. Pull the radio out towards you until you can reach behind and unclip it from the harness. You must also remove the antenna wire from the back of the radio. (before you begin its a good idea to unhook the battery)

    To install an Ipod they sell the Ipac-chy, which is a can-bus unit. The unit clips into the radio harness then the other side clips into the car harness. They are around $80. It comes with a patch cable that charges the ipod as well. Look around online for the best price. Metra I believe has one too.

    Nov 20, 2008 | 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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    Pontiac 2005 CD player


    cd player is probably shot at that point. if its a newer grand am, like 02 on up - this is how to take the dash apart and replace cd player -

    theres a trim piece around the cd player and climate control knobs. check all around this trim piece for screws. if none, its held in by pressure clips. just pull firmly but gently and evenly and it will pop off without breaking. there are 3 bolts holding the cd player in place. 9/32 is the size for a socket. after that you pull the cd player out. unplug the harness and the antenna.

    this is very important -
    an old standard gm wire harness to aftermarket radio WILL NOT work on this vehicle. you need a special gm harness that costs around $100. replaces door chime and prevents failure of a LOT of other options. its a long story, but trust me you need it. also an antenna adapter to go from gm's 'mini' size antenna to a standard. add a mount kit for the radio and you're lookin at $150 in parts before u even buy a radio.

    dash reassembly is obviously just the reverse order of what was listed above.

    hope this helps.

    random_catchphrase@yahoo.com is my email if it doesnt help. i used to be an autotech. if i cant answer ur questions chances are i know someone that can!

    Aug 01, 2008 | 2005 Pontiac Grand Am

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