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this should be a simple task for you since the cherokee already runs on a 12 volt power system. the easiest way to do it would be run a single pair wire from the battery itself to a 12 volt connector. there are harder, more detailed versions of this where you would need to dig into the fuse box, but if you are looking to power something low voltage like a gps, cell phone the first way will work.
you can buy the connector and wire with a fuse on it from any autoparts store. you will need to drill through your firewall and I would recommend a uni-bit or multi-bit to get through it. it will go right on to your drill.
The easiest way is to purchase an installation kit that is matched to your vehicle, and comes with a pigtail plug that inserts directly in to your existing radio connector, and the pigtail wires match up color for color to your new unit
Hi there, the installers forgot to wire your auxiliary wire to the proper connection. this is the reason why the clock doesn't stay on after the ignition switch is turned off. i assume they just wired the aux wire with the power wire, which is wrong. this is causing the random power button scramble. Although, the aux wire is crossed into the power wire, this random power button scramble could be a manufacturing mistake as well. hope that helps and, thx for using fix ya.
go to pepboys or any place they sell car radios you can purchase an adapter harness that will plug into your factory wire harness that will give you a list of the wires to make the job simple the harness cost about 5 or 10 bucks good luck....
your heater should be running off the heater core which is front passenger side if your floor is soaked then heater core is out and in vans it cost arm and leg to replace need a little more input i had the same problem with my van heater went out found out it was a bad heater core leaking 2 ways of fixing this
cheap way find the 2 heater hoses to fire wall disconect off fire wall and connect together
expensive way replace heater core its a lot of work in a van
sometimes the micrprosser gets locked up and sometimes unplugging the radio for 2-3 minutes can reset the micro. if this does not reset it is possible that the micro would need to be replaced, if this is the case you would need special soldering equipment to change it, it would not be worth buying the solder station that you would email@example.com
there should be 2 connector blocks coming off the wireing loom?one is for the speakers(about 8 wires)depends on how many speakers there are, and one for the power(3 wires normaly)1 red(live) 1 black (ground) and 1 yellow (memory)
hope that helps?