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Re: What's the harness part no.?
You Bet! First go to www.PioneerElectronics.com and go to the Bottom of the Page, Look for Customer Service, Look up your Model and Look for the Harness. If that does not work go to www.Crutchfield.com and Tell them what your Prob is and they can help you get one!
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Pioneer Electronics lists two CD Receivers that start DEH-P7000 among their previous models. The manuals for the model with Blue-Tooth support is available on that product page. See the link marked Manuals & Brochures on the left side of the page.
go to store that sells car decks and look for a wiring harness for ur car its about $7 mybe and prettymuch match the colors on ur deck to the harness and then pull ur old deck out and pull the harness from the back the back of that deck and plug that into the wire harness u just bought and hook up the antenna for radio andput the deck into the dash the wire harness should also come with so directions too just in case
I can tell you it will be no diffrent installingthis radio then any other radio in any car as long as you got ground +common -common ground and 12V+ Standing power 12V+ ingntion swtich power ons you will be great!! Just make sure you download a diagram of you wire harness on the internet. Print it out and take it to your jeep and careully follow the instructions on there if you need any help give me a shout :)
The glovebox is the easiest. I managed to find a "hole" to run the cable through from the compartment to the rear of the head unit. Use a flashlight to help you find possible places to run the cable through. Either shine flashlight from glovebox into console or vice versa. Look for where light shines through to find place to run cable. Use a wire hanger to run cable through the hole if it isn't accessible by hand.
For mic, I just removed the drivers side A-pillar trim and placed wire in there. Attached mic to visor. Some wire is visible, but not much.