Question about Car Audio & Video
I have a 1993 Jeep Cherokee and my son removed a sound system from it and disconnected all of the wiring. I am now left with no sound and no way of knowing how to re-connect the wiring. Could you help me please.
Terry F. Brown
When you go out and buy a new stereo make sure to buy a wire harness kit and a mounting kit. The back of these packages will tell you if it will work for your vehicle. As long as your son properly removed the old stereo, all you should have to do is plug one end of the wire harness into your stereo, the other end into your car, and you're done, no wiring needed. If he cut the wires you may be better off going to an auto shop of some sort to have it installed.
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