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Re: CD Player Installation
I can tell you from past experience that best buy is the worst place to go they strip every screw so next time you need to get it out its impossible i went there once and from that point on i do all my work myself.... look in the yellow pages for a car audio place depending on where you live there should be several in your area...or you could always try to do it yourself its pretty simple once you get the hang of it
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I don't know this model in particular but JVC is supposed to be a good name.
As for being a cassette player, I hope you either have a bunch of cassettes stored away somewhere or at least another cassette deck to record your favorite music onto blank tapes because cassettes are pretty much obsolete so you pretty much can expect nothing new to be released on them and only find them in pawn shops, flea markets or garage sales, etc...
Some features I would look for in a cassette deck are things like Automatic Music Search, Music Scan (uses AMS and plays a couple seconds of each track), Dolby NR, Dolby B and Dolby C, Auto Reverse with Ferret Head(head actually flips over instead of a 4 channel head).
If the factory harness is still in tact, you can buy an adapter at Best Buy for about 20$ or ask to see one and write down the pins and wires then match it up and cut n splice to your new deck. Hope this helps
5 1/4" Doors
Left Front (+)
Left Front (-)
Right Front (+)
Right Front (-)
5 1/4" Rear Deck
Left Rear (+)
Left Rear (-)
Right Rear (+)
Right Rear (-)
Here's a link that will take you to both the owner's manual and the installation manual. JustHope this proves useful. Please rate me accordingly if it's not too much trouble. Thanks and have a good night!
You need to get an installation kit that also has the universal wiring harness to connect to the factory harness in the car. That way you only need to match the wire colors of the Pioneer harness to the wire colors of the universal harness and made good connections and insulate those connections. Then the Pioneer harness plugs into the Pioneer radio and the universal harness plugs into the factory harness in the car.
Let me know if this helps, or if you need more help.
well most commen tool is a phillips head screw driver (+) to remove components to get the old deck out you'll need a dash kit to mount the new radio in 15 buck from canadian tire or audio shop...
the easyest way to wire this up would be getting a harness to plug into the factory harness too get the color code and then u just make the connections red to red yellow to yellow makes it real simple that way... the other way is to get the hanes manual for your vehicle then find out what color each wire is then yu have to cut the factory harness wire up from the book takes alot longer but can be done its worth the 12-20 dollars to get the job done if you need more help ask