Question about Car Audio & Video
Make sure that your car is not amplified!! Some Celicas have an amplifier under the passenger seat. If this is the case, you will need to either bypass that amplifier and go directly to speakers, or you'll need the proper interface plug. The extra rapid heat build-up indicates that your radio is incorrectly wired (channels are mixed up)
Your Pyle radio may have an extra wire for "amplifier turn-on" or for "mute". A standard wiring harness for Toyota (Scosche part TA-02B) should work in dash behind the radio in non-amplified vehicles. If you are still having difficulty, please seek advice from a local stereo installation shop.
Posted on Aug 11, 2008
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