Opend box and on wiring harness is pluged into back of stereo there is
a plug and at other end there also is a plug is some thing missing or do i need a harness to hook it up also it is going in my 63 vw bug and inst.says you need to hook 1 wire to e brake but my bug doesnt have
You need a factory wire harness for your car you can pick these up at bestbuy. The cord for the ebrake twist that to the ground wire its basically a safty thing so you can only work it while not driving. Hope this helps Good ratings help me out.. Have a good day.
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If you check at nearest auto parts stores, or car stereo stores, they will usually carry, the plug in adapters that you will need to simply plug in to your factory harness, and then wire to your new stereo. Makes for a nice easy, clean installation.
Its simply called the wiring harness, but what it less simple, is sometimes finding them. You might try just to Google the model and put ''wiring harness'' at the end, or try the companies website if available. I have seen some wiring harnesses in places like Pep Boys, but unfortunately, people usually end up buying a new player. Hope this helps and good luck!
Most new radios have wiring accessery kits, or a simple wiring harness kit. the colors match up to your new stereo, and offers a harness that clips into your factory harness. Or, you can look at the diagram to find out which wire is which, and find a wiring diagram for your factory harness and simply line the 2 up, cut off factory harness, and wire them directly.
I would need further information: What most people do not realize is that a wiring harness is not a "one size fits all" thing. There are two harnesses that you may need.
To remove your factory car stereo and install a new aftermarket car stereo there are wiring harnesses for most cars that will plug right in to the wires from your old factory radio.
For that, you will need to buy the correct wiring harness for the year and make of your vehicle. Say, for example: 1987 Toyota.
Then there is a wiring harness for the specific car stereo. You will need the make and model number of the unit itself. Example: JVC model KD-AVX77.
If you purchased your new stereo out-of -the -box factory fresh, then it should have a plug set which plugs into the back of the new stereo. If your old car stereo plug is still connected to the all the wires(that is the plug that the car radio plugs into), then -
The easy way to hook up new stereo to old connector is buy an adapter plug that will match the old plug with the new plug. You will have to connect the wires from the new plug to the old plug ,but that is easy because both plugs have the same color wires.
Go to ' installer .com' and you should be able to find the right plug. Hope this helps...
check out this website www.mobileinformationlab.com
it is full of wiring diagram for vehicles.
did you happen to purchase the aftermarket wire harness that actually allows you to plug into the factory chassis harness? good luck let me know how you end up.
that should be all you need. The adapters are called a dash kit with should fill the in the gaps of the factory stereo, and also you will need an aftermarker wiring harness to go from the factory plug out to your new head unit.