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I have a 1985 ford ltd crown vic I just bought a aftermarket radio but the wiring isn't the same its still has the factory radio and wiring kit how do I change them in order to use my new cd player


You can go to best buy or a stereo shop they have wiring harnesses and fit kits for aftermarket CD player the wiring harness plugs into the stock wiring harness the u have to match the wires to the cd play

Mar 28, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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How to install Radio in Honda Accord


Things You'll Need:

* Stereo
* Wiring harness
* Dash kit
* Phillips screwdriver
* Heat shrink
* Lighter
* Wire strippers
* Wire caps


In order to install A Radio first follow steps of Removing the Factory Radio


#1
Open the center console, and you'll see two phillips screws at the bottom. Unscrew both of them.

#2
Remove the drink tray, and unscrew three more phillips screws. The center console is now loose enough to move.

#3
Pull the center console back a few inches to expose two more screws under the plastic part of the gear shift. Remove these screws.

#4
Pull the ashtray out of the dash, and you'll see one more phillips screw. Remove this screw and pull off the plastic panel around the factory stereo.

#5
Locate the metal tray under the factory pocket (below the stereo), and pull it out of the dash. There will be two phillips screws holding it in place; remove those, and then pull the stereo out of the dash. You'll need to unplug the wiring harness that is plugged into the back of the radio.


Now Install The New Stereo

#1
Assemble the dash kit, as shown in the instructions. Put it into the dash where you just took the stereo out. There will be a rectangular opening, and a pocket underneath. The opening is where the radio will go.

#2
Secure the dash kit by screwing in the one screw in the ash tray, and the two in the opening of the panel.

#3
Insert the metal cage that came with the stereo into the opening above the pocket. Ensure that the fit is flush with the pocket. Using a screwdriver, bend the metal tabs upward, which holds the metal cage in place.

#4
Start wiring the stereo harness to the wiring harness. Match wires color by color until all of the wires are paired. For example, if you find a purple wire coming out of the aftermarket wiring harness, plug it into a purple wire from the factory harness. You aren't touching any of the wires in your dash on this step, you are simply wiring the new stereo to the wiring harness.

To connect these wires you'll want to place a piece of heat shrink over one of the wires, strip the ends, twist both ends together, and then pull the heat shrink over the exposed metal parts of the two wires. Heat the heat shrink with a lighter until it shrinks and forms a tight bond between the two wires. When done correctly, you won't be able to pull the wires apart.

#5
Plug the aftermarket harness into the factory plug, and insert the radio back into the dash. If you find wires that don't have a match, be sure to cap them so that the ends aren't exposed. Exposed wires are what cause shorts and electrical problems.

#6
Work in reverse order to put the dash back together. The radio won't be secure in the dash until the dash is put back together.

Hope this helps

Thanks

on Oct 07, 2010 | Honda Accord Cars & Trucks

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82 camaro z28 radio wiring


I hope you didn,t cut off your original factory radio harness, The easist way is to buy a wireing harness adapter kit.That hooks up to the wires on your new deck, End has plugs on it that plug into your factory radio harness. They can be braught at most places that sell end install car audio equipment for $15to $25 at the most.

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How to i hook up my jvc radio to a 1994 ford explorer


You will need a wiring harness and a faceplate kit. You can order the wiring harness specific to your vehicle. A great place to find this is www.crutchfield.com You can hook the wiring harness to the wires of the radio while the radio is outside the vehicle (better than being cramped up in your car). Then you plug it into the stock wiring harness of the vehicle. No guessing at the wiring. If you need the install instructions, go to www.sound-repair.com they have a lot of installation information and may have your vehicle available. It will cost a little to get the information but is well worth it. Especially if you sell your vehicle and want to remove your radio. Hope this helps.

Aug 23, 2011 | JVC Car Audio & Video

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Installing an aftermarket radio in a 2001 montero sport, and can not get power to the radio. The only piece not plugged in from the old wiring is the small black plug (it looks like an "S" cable...


That almost sounds like it had a stock amplifier. Did you purchase the correct wiring harness? If you ordered one for your vehicle and didn't specify that it had an amp, it won't take that into consideration, and thus no way to plug it in. Check www.crutchfield.com to see if a harness is availble for your vehicle. Hope this helps.

Aug 23, 2011 | Car Audio & Video

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I have brought a second hand unit and was wondering if I can order the wiring harness from anywhere or make one???


So you purchased another radio, right? Then it came with the harness already(for the radio and not the car). If the current radio is the factory radio then you need to purchase a wiring harness for the model/year of your car that will be compatible with your car's harness. Wal mart carries some but if you can't find it there then you need to go to your local car audio installation shop and buy one from them(it might be pricey there). Now, if your current radio is aftermarket, look to see if it already has the wire harness in the back. If it does then your good to go, just cut the harness from the radio away from the harness that plugs to the car's wire harness and reconnect using your new radio's harness(just follow the wire's color code). but if it doesn't then you need to buy one.

Jul 06, 2011 | Car Audio & Video

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Im trying to install one of radios into my 1996 honda accord but how?


In order to install A Radio first follow steps of Removing the Factory Radio

#1
Open the center console, and you'll see two phillips screws at the bottom. Unscrew both of them.

#2
Remove the drink tray, and unscrew three more phillips screws. The center console is now loose enough to move.

#3
Pull the center console back a few inches to expose two more screws under the plastic part of the gear shift. Remove these screws.

#4
Pull the ashtray out of the dash, and you'll see one more phillips screw. Remove this screw and pull off the plastic panel around the factory stereo.

#5
Locate the metal tray under the factory pocket (below the stereo), and pull it out of the dash. There will be two phillips screws holding it in place; remove those, and then pull the stereo out of the dash. You'll need to unplug the wiring harness that is plugged into the back of the radio.


Now Install The New Stereo

#1
Assemble the dash kit, as shown in the instructions. Put it into the dash where you just took the stereo out. There will be a rectangular opening, and a pocket underneath. The opening is where the radio will go.

#2
Secure the dash kit by screwing in the one screw in the ash tray, and the two in the opening of the panel.

#3
Insert the metal cage that came with the stereo into the opening above the pocket. Ensure that the fit is flush with the pocket. Using a screwdriver, bend the metal tabs upward, which holds the metal cage in place.

#4
Start wiring the stereo harness to the wiring harness. Match wires color by color until all of the wires are paired. For example, if you find a purple wire coming out of the aftermarket wiring harness, plug it into a purple wire from the factory harness. You aren't touching any of the wires in your dash on this step, you are simply wiring the new stereo to the wiring harness.

To connect these wires you'll want to place a piece of heat shrink over one of the wires, strip the ends, twist both ends together, and then pull the heat shrink over the exposed metal parts of the two wires. Heat the heat shrink with a lighter until it shrinks and forms a tight bond between the two wires. When done correctly, you won't be able to pull the wires apart.

#5
Plug the aftermarket harness into the factory plug, and insert the radio back into the dash. If you find wires that don't have a match, be sure to cap them so that the ends aren't exposed. Exposed wires are what cause shorts and electrical problems.

#6
Work in reverse order to put the dash back together. The radio won't be secure in the dash until the dash is put back together.

Hope this helps

Thanks

Oct 07, 2010 | JVC AM FM CD DET FACE CAR STEREO

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Identification of original wiring to car radio/stereo


no wiring diagram needed go cut a plug from a junk yard and wire it into the cut wires then buy the adapter kit for you car and wire that to the car plug and the radio plug.

Mar 19, 2009 | 1986 Honda Civic

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How do I install a JVC KD-G140 car cd deck


You  are not in over your head. You just need to make sure you pay close attention to detail when connecting the wires.
First thing to do:  Go to a place that installs car stereos and tell them you need the complete install kit including the wiring harness adaptor. Most all of these places will sell them to you. It is what they use to install the radio. They must know what type of car you are putting it in. Give the the mjake and model and year. They will then give you a bag full of plastic parts and another small bag with a wiring harness. MAKE SURE you get both. You really do need them. The plastic parts are for mounting the radio in the car properly. Without it, you will have something sloppy and it will not look right. It should have instructions. The kit will usually be able to be used for several different models of cars and any model of radio. You must pick which part is right for your car and radio. As I stated, it will have instructions.
Next, after you have the plastic mounting parts picked out for your radio, you will need the wiring harness for your radio and the wiring harness adaptor that you just purchased. The wiring is easy, just match the colors from the harness of your radio, to the same colors on the adaptor harness. Make sure that the wires are stripped properly and they are twisted together properly (or use small wire nuts or crimping type if connectors). Connect red wire to red wire, yellow wire to yellow wire, black wire to black wire, and son on until all wires are connected. Then for extra safety wrap each wire with some black electrical tape to ensure that if a pair if wires came loose somehow that they would not touch anything and short out causing the radio to need service.
Now you just plug the proper end  of the harness into the radio and the other end into the harness in the car that the factory radio was plugged in to. Make sure to plug in the antenna as well. Make sure the cage that the radio is  in is secure in the plastic mounting brackets you have purchased. Then the radio will go right into place and the bracket will screw in where the factory radio used to be screwed into.
If you need more help, just ask.
Dave  

Jan 20, 2009 | JVC MXKC45J

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