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Undo the wiring, hoses drive shafts unbolt the engine mounts disconnect the speedo and gear shift cables and cooler pipes if auto obtain an engine crane hook up to the lift hooks at either end of the motor ,then lift the lot out of the car.
Remove the bonnet, drain oil and water remove radiator and fan remove all hoses cables and wiring attached to the engine. take weight of engine with a floor crane support the transmission .uncouple transmission from engine remove engine mount bolts , take a little more weight with the crane and slide engine clear of transmission , lift clear of car and slide crane clear to engine stand.
Magnet is connected to one3 terminal on the rotating base of the crane and 2 the connector that presses onto the top of the spool that the line for the hook attaches to. Note when the magnet is activated, the red light in the crane cab lights up.
I don't have a picture but you probably need a Stereo 1/8" Mini to RCA patch cable. If you go to radioshack.com, search for 15-2474 and they have a picture of the cable you should need. The cable is "high quality" made by Monster and is only $4.97. To be safe, take your MP3 player to the store in case is has an "odd ball" jack instead of the 1/8" Mini which is pretty standard now. Connect the other end with the (2) RCA plugs to one of the available inputs on the back of your home-theater rig (i.e. AUX IN, MD/TAPE IN, etc.). If your MP3 player has a volume control, set the output to about half. Then, select the corresponding input on the home-theater rig and you should be good to go. Now you can control the speaker level with either the MP3's volume control or the master-volume control on the rig.
You've only gave me 3 seconds to make a conclusion..now really? It looks like it could be the yellow cable but again it just looks like it is just sticking up there??? I tell ya what...if you want to try RIG it rather than taking it to a shop. Go get some J-B Weld at a Auto store. Buy the stuff that takes 4-6 hours before handeling and overnight before putting into use. Get a knife and scratch the area around the connection so as to make a good place for the stuff to grip to. Just don't get it into the the threads that will keep you from making use of the cable. Now this is rigging it, not a really correct way, but if you have enough sticking out of the case, it will work!