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Wire harness i removed my cd player from my old car before sold it was ready to put it in a new car and i forgot to remove the wire harness from the old car,is there a way i could get a new harness or even a used one i would really appreciate it very much,i miss my music.......ceecee

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Re: wire harness

You may be able to buy a new harness from Crutchfield ( Give them a call (the number is on the website), they are open 24/7.

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I have no harness for vehical was told the reason I have no sound is becuase the pink and black wire labeled Audio interrupt lead were does this connect 2

The install diagram indicates the Audio Interrupt wire goes to a Vehicle Phone. If you don't have one, don;t connect it to anything andmake sure you put tape over the end so it doesn't touch ground or a power source.

In cases where I don't have or cannot get a wiring harness adapter to plug directly into my vehicle wiring harness I have a trick I like to use. I don't like to cut and remove a vehicle harness socket, I may want to keep the aftermarket stereo when I sell or trade and put the original stereo back in place. Instead of removing the socket I skin back (but do not cut) the wires I need to tap into and wrap the aftermarket unit's wires around the now exposed socket wiring, then solder each one & wrap each one individually with electrical tape. This gives you a secure connection and when and if you need to permanently remove the aftermarket unit you just untape the wires, clip the fatermarket wires off one at a time very close to where they are tapped in, tape each one of them again and there you have the factory plug ready to plug back into the factory stereo.

Aug 20, 2011 | Alpine CDA-7892 CD Player

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No sound.

The first thing you need to do is doublechecking all the new wirings, it sounds like a contact.

Oct 24, 2008 | Kenwood KDC-MP338 Car CD Player

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I need to know how to install a cd player in my 1997 jeep wrangler sport.

My suggestion would be to buy a wiring harness and a dash mounting kit. After that unscrew or pull out the console/dash part thats around your factory deck. Then unscrew the bolts/screws holding the factory one in place. Remove it. Plug the wiring harness into the factory wire plug. Pull harness wires through the mounting kit. Attach the corresponding colored wires from the harness to your new deck. Slide your deck into the mounting kit and secure it in place. Most decks have little prongs that you can pry up to **** up against the mounting kit so it wont slide out without pushing those down (makes it more secure and harder to steal). Place deck with mounting kit into area factory deck was. Put the screws/bolts back into place tightly. Place console/dash part back on. You will need the mounting kit (99% of new decks are smaller than the factory). Wiring harness is optional but recommended.

Jun 22, 2010 | Panasonic CQ-C7105U CD Player

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I want to put my stereo in my car that i just got, but the wires that are in the dont match the wires on the back of my cd player. why is this?

because you will actually need to take the wiring harness off of the original stereo and splice the old harness to the new stereo

Feb 10, 2010 | Pioneer DEH-P2900MP CD Receiver...

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I just reinstalled my CDA-9883 receiver after removing it from another vehicle. When I tried to use it, I have no sound from the CD Player or the Sirius .

whay type of vehicle are you putting the cd deck in ? if it has a factory amp , it may have one amp per speaker , get the specs on the new vehicle to find out . using a "free harness" is always a good idea as well , it plugs directly into youre vehicles factory radio harness and has labeled wires coming off the end so u know whats what there .

Nov 23, 2009 | Alpine CDA-9883 CD Player

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Im trying to find where i can gt a complete guide on how to install a car stereo from color coding the wires to installing a dash kit

  2. For an old stock stereo, you may have to remove the dash or certain parts of it to access the stereo. Do that by locating screws and bolts and taking them off. Make sure to keep them in a safe place.
  3. For an aftermarket stereo, insert DIN tools into each slot on the stereo behind the faceplate. Slide the whole stereo out.
  4. Disconnect the antenna wiring (The wire with the big metal tip)and the stereo head unit wiring (wire harness).
  5. Reconnect the antenna into your new stereo.
  6. Use **** connectors and wire crimps to connect the stock wire harness with a car specific one that is sold seperately. The color of the wires on each harnass should match up.
  7. Reconnect the negative terminal on your battery and see if it works.
  8. Slide the stereo back into the dash and remount the dash that you removed, including screws and bolts.
hope this will help you

Jun 05, 2009 | Kenwood KDC-MP208 Car CD/ MP3 Player

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Need a new wiring harness for my Dual XDMR7710

Look in your local phone book yellow pages under stereos for a local (not big name) stereo installation store (there will be one) and go will thank me!


Feb 22, 2009 | Dual XDMR7710 CD Player

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Problems with car audio

you should plug in the new harness and meter the wires to make sure there is power on two of the wires one will always be powered for memory the other should be powered when ignition is on if both test ok then check the in line fuse links on the radio wire harness I hope this helps good luck....

Jan 10, 2009 | Sony Xplod CD Player w/MP3 Playback...

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Wiring diagram

First, goto a store and buy a snap in wire harness and a mounting kit. There are wire diagrams in the packaging. Wire your wire harness into the radios wire harness (everything is color coded). Follow the intructions to install the mounting kit. It should tell you what screws to remove from your dash and so forth. Just remeber were everything goes. Next, after you remove the old radio, snap in you wire harness to the cars wire harness. Then, test the radio to see if it powers up and all speakers are working. Lastly, put you radio in your dash, and put everything back togeather. The number one rule in installation is take your time. If you rush, you will brake something.

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No sound

see solding points of the conectors in the radio and if the MOSFETis good(see if it is hot)

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