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my electric Ariel stopped working and I was quoted £87 to replace it I bought a replacement on ebay for £13 its a simple fix just undo the Ariel nut on top of the car rear wing get someone to sit in car and push radio button old ariel starts to come out simple assist it until it has completely come away from car put new lead into hole then get person in car to switch of radio and feel the ariel start to be pulled back into place be carful to keep it straight as it enters then replace locking nut total time less than 5 mins cost £13 plus one person to assist easy fix
The connectors for all GM oem radios for this car/year are the same. The place that sold you the new radio should be able to provide a patch cable with a connector at one end that fits the aftermarket radio, and one or more connectors at the other end that fit into the connectors in your car. If you can't get that patch cable from them, try sonicelectronix.com. These cables are usually unique to the brand of your aftermarket radio. Although it's a bit late, It's a good idea to check that these patch cables are available from the seller before buying the radio.
If you can't find a patch cable and the cable that came with the new radio has no connector(s) on one end, you will need to splice those wires to the correct wires going to the old radio connector, and for that you will need the wiring diagram for both your car and the new radio. You should be able to get the wiring schematics for your car from Alldatadiy.com, and your new radio should have come with a connector pinout description.
hi...well i know this might not be of any help, but you can buy a connector that plugs straight into the ford plug, and then you plug the jvc plug/s into that, not cutting wires no messing up the original connector just incase you want to sell the car with original system in it...
thats the link for it...if you tell me what colours are on the ford plug i could tell you what goes where...thanks
If it is on the AMP, it needs to be connected to the electric antennea wire on your radio.
If it is on the radio, it needs to be connected either to the ignition or straight to the battery + terminal. Your radio should have two wires that need power, one goes directly to the battery, and the other gets wired through the ignition. It does not really make any difference which goes where.
Well it all depends on how bad the wires were cut. If you bought a newer radio, they generally come with a harness. Basically a harness is a plug in with a bunch of cables running out the back of it. You can actually just connect the wires for the new radio straight to the wires from the car. A quick fix would just be to twist the wires together and put electrical tape around the bare wire showing.
that remote wire has to be hooked up to the power or the radio power antenna wire which will switch the remote wire on when the radio is turned on, so that remote wire really should be hooked to the radio wire that gets power when the radio is turned on , thats why the sub is not turning on
Solution #2 is correct. My Baygen Freeplay radio was running fast and mine had a broken belt. I could not find a belt on eBay. After hours of searching the internet, I fond a replacement belt at http://www.kenselectronics.com/lists/belts.htm I have the older large Baygen Freeplay radio without solar power and this is the belt that fit my radio... AV-SBS9.5 Replaces SBX9.5 & 1407-36 & SCX9.5 square 9.5 x .047" belt, Baygen Freeplay. Just search the website above... they also have a second size Baygen belt that might fit the newer Baygen Freeplay radios???