Question about Alpine CDA-9827 CD Player
GO TO WALMART OR ANY AUTO PARTS STORE AND BUY THE PROPER ADAPTER THAT WILL PLUG DIRECTLY INTO YOUR FACTORY RADIOS WIRING HARNESS AND ATTACH THE WIRES FROM THE STEREO WITH THE SAME COLOR WIRES ON THE ADAPTER. THEY USUALLY RUN ANYWHERE FROM 6 TO 10 DOLLARS AND MAKE IT PRETTY MUCH FOOLPROOFTO DO THE WIRING. THE ADAPTER PACKAGE WILL HAVE THE MAKE MODEL AND YEARS LISTED ON IT THAT IT WOULD BE COMPATIBLE WITH AND I HAVE BOUGHT MANY. THEY HAVE NEVER FAILED TO MAKE IT A FIVE MINUTE WORRY FREE CONVERSION FOR ME AND IT SHOULD WORK GREAT FOR YOU. AS FAR AS TAKING YOUR DASH APART OR ANYTHING IF YOU GO ON AUTOZONE,COM AND ENTER THE YEAR MAKE AND MODEL OF YOUR CAR, GO TO REPAIR GUIDE AND FIND RADIO REPLACEMENT, IT WILL ACTUALLY SHOW YOU A DIAGRAM OF WHERE ALL YOUR SCREWS ARE LISTED AND TELL YOU STEP BY STEP HOW TO TAKE THE OLD ONE OUT. IT GIVES INSTRUCTIONS ON WHAT TO REMOVE FIRST SUCH AS THE ASHTRY AND WHAT ORDER YOU WILL NEED TO REMOVE THINGS IN, HOPE THIS HELPS AND WISH YOU LUCK.
Posted on Apr 03, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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