Question about JVC KD-G230 CD Player
I just got this new radio for my car, right? But I dont have $100 for Best Buy to do it. I know I can do it myself, but how?
Depending on your knowledge of such things and how much work it will take to get the original radio out. You can look up the radio you are removing on the internet and get a pinout on the connector to tell you what pins supply power and which are speaker connections. Then make the connections accordingly to the new radio layout for power spkrs etc. Sometimes it seems the auto industry puts the radio in first and builds the car around it. I hope this helps .
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
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