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If your instaling an after maket radio as in a kenwood or bose, and stuff just get a conection that goes from the stock radio hookup to the new radio. it keeps you from having to splice and cut your wires.......

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  • As with any tasks on a Mercedes or other vehicle, when you are dealing with disconnecting and connecting electrical systems, you should always disconnect the negative battery terminal. This will ensure your safety and prevent you from getting an electric shock.

Dash Panel
  • Pry the dash panel from the dashboard. There are two levers on the sides of the Mercedes factory-installed CD changer. Pulling down on the levers will release the radio from the bracket in the dash. You will have to remove the wiring and the antenna cable from the back of the system.

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  • You can replace it with a newer version of a CD changer or insert the same one, once it has been repaired. Slide the player into the installation sleeve of the stereo dock. Pay attention to where the wires were removed and connect the unit's wiring to the leads in the wiring harness adapter. Connect the antenna cable lead into the antenna detector. Snap on the dash panel to complete the removal and installation.


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I installed a cd player in my car about 2 months ago. It wasnt the greatest installation, as I had an extra wire not going to anything, and the cd player would occasionally short out, and i would have to...


Sounds like you wired the cd player to the tail light fuse and the power wire touched ground. Go to the fuse panel inside the car and check the fuses. The tail lamp one and possibly also the dash light fuses will be blown, replace them after disconnecting the cd player power wires and taping off where they were connected. If you have the factory harness for the original radio still in the dash you can get a wiring harness to directly plug into it from walmart. If you don't have the original harness , the easiest way to power the cd is to tap the cigarette lighter wire.

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I installed my new aftermarket CD player on my 1999 Pontiac Grand AM today but as I was putting into the car, the yellow power wire sparked and it wouldn't work. So I figured I blew out the CD player but...


sounds like you have melted the ill. wire into the 12 volt constant somewhere in the wiring harness. You have a few options you can fix it by tracing down power wire behind the dash seperate the 2 wires and tape them back, but that involves taking out the dash to trace them. You could replace the whole harness which again requires taking apart the whole dash and is expensive, or you could run the power wire down to the constent on your cigerette lighter. Find a wiring diagram or test the wires to see which is which. NOTE: always unhook the battery when you are installing a new stereo because the constants are just that a contant 12 volt feed. but to test the cigerette lighter wires you will need to leave the key off and battery on gound your meter to something and which ever wire gives you voltage is the one you want.

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Car radio/cd player cuts off radio will not play cd will not play ,hit the power button and will come back on some times it wil not. its seems like there is static sound when the music does not play on the...


Hello pinkperry,

It sounds like the wiring between the cdplayer and the dash has come loose. When the wires are not making proper connections some of the speakers or functions of the radio cut on and off.

This is just my first thought and the easiest thing to fix. You will have to remove the cd player from the dash. After which you will want to check the wiring. Chances are your cd player has a harness if it's an aftermarket cd player installed in your car. If it does there will be two sets of wires to double check.

Just make sure all the wires are securely twisted together (the sets of wires) and taped up with electrical tape.

Try that and post back if you have any further questions. Thank you for choosing Fixya!

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go to walmart find your cd player, dash kit ,wiring kit and then this is what you do .. remove the old radio attach the wiring harnes you bought to the factory wiring harnes this will allow you to match the color code up for your new radio with out cuting wires then install the new dash kit witch will allow you to install your cd player with a factory look this should be everything ou need to know

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Sounds like a wiring over load try rerouting the wires for cd player by running the hot wire to the battery and relocate the ground wire make sure the ire has enough amps and theres a inline fuse.

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