Question about 2004 Chevrolet Cavalier
If its not getting power you would have to hook up the red wire from the aftermarket radio and tie it into the yellow wires. That makes it direct power to the battery or you can run a wire from the ignition fuse in the fuse box to the red wire on the aftermarket radio so it turns off with the car . If u hook it up to the yellow wires, make sure you shut your radio off or your battery will run died. So it's just smarter to run a wire from the fuse box
Posted on Apr 08, 2013
Ok now this is fun i had a good ole time putting my after market raidio in on my 04 with out the $300 harness that the sterio shops wanna charge a arm and a leg to install you need to run your 12v power source to the igniton fuse its farly simple if you need picture diagrams i can deffianatly post some pictures showing you exactly how to wire it up bc trust me i was mad enuff trying to get my stereo in so i wouldnt mind helping some one else out on getting it installed bc its frustrating not knowing how to do it
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