I need the plugs for the radio itself the ones that come with the cd player when you buy it. Right now all i have is a cd player with no way to hook it up. Any got one or know some place I haven't looked to get one I don't care if it is used as long as the wires haven't been chopped too short?
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When you disconnect your battery and then reconnect it again, it disables the radio. This is an anti-theft protection for your car radio. The enable your radio the activation code is in your vehicle owner's manual. If you do not have this code you need to go to your vehicle manufacturer's service centre and get them to enter this code for you.
sometimes its easier just to take it all back out and re-wire it step-by-step. i know sometimes one or two wires might be mixed up (positive going to negative). also, check your power wire, (either black or red) and make sure its tight . green - ground wire - check to see if its tight. power wire - usually has a fuse block attached - check the fuse. somestimes when you tape wires they may come apart - i always put on wire-nuts, better connection.
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CD players are notorios for missalignment of the laser, to fix them is quite costly and cheaper to replace the unit is usually the option. You can however buy a cleaner cd to run in the unit, ask a supplier where to get one. Good luck
First check the wiring to the radio. You may measure the power being ok but you also need to make sure the ground connection is ok.
If this is all ok it may be that you have dry solder joints on wiring socket inside the radio or a blown track or protection diode.
Has the display every worked before? If so Sounds like the display setting is turned off. You will need to go into the menu settings and serch for display, then select yes or on for display mode. If that doesn't work the display may be burned out.
you will have to go to the gm garage and ask for the wiring diagram to match the wires up. but the way to fix it the right way is to go to the junk yard and cut the harness out of a car and splice the wires back together then go to wall mart or best buy to get the right wiring adapter then you can match them colors up to your new radios wires and plug into your car
You need to buy a radio from Best Buy or somewhere. Installing on a Sable is not easy because your radio face plate is in the front but the tuner itself is located in the trunk and you need to run wires from the dash to the trunk. You need to buy a radio and $80 parts kit, but I promise it is not an easy install unless you are familiar with car audio and running wires through cars.