I broke the wiring harness that goes into the back of the car stereo and am not sure where to find a new one. I looked through the manual and there is no parts list or manufacturer phone number. Any ideas? Thanks!
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Pretty much the only thing to do is remove the harness you spliced into the incorrect harness and use crimp connectors (the GOOD ones, not those cheap plastic blue ones) to match wire-for-wire and restore the original circuitry. THEN have at the correct harness and reinstall the stereo wiring. It's a PITA all right, but it really is the best way to fix your problem.
your choices are replace harness (you can take one out of car in junk yard)or buy new.Or fix broken wires by sodering and shink wrap, or using but end conectors If this was helpful please leave me good feed back
Go to your local auto store and get the Hanes auto manual for this care and they should have a wiring schematic for you to follow also you can look your new stereo up on the web and find out what each colored wire goes to what!!! Good luck
the coin holder and remove the two screws at the front. Pry the trim
from around the gearshift lever and unhook the power wire to the
and remove the two screws from the bottom of the radio trim panel. Look
for the screws, attached to a rod, below the glove box. Unhook the
cable from the rod and pull the rod free.
the shifter into "D" and slide the radio trim panel away from the dash.
Locate the four screws at the front and sides of the stereo and remove
Pull the stereo out of the Hyundai Sonata dash and disconnect the wires from the back of the unit. Connect the wiring harness adaptor to the original harness.
the new head unit into the Hyundai radio adaptor kit. Attach the wiring
harness adaptor and antenna wire to the back of the new head unit and
push the entire assembly into the dash.
the stereo in place with the four front and side screws and turn it on.
Verify all of the speakers and features are working. Reattach the radio
trim panel, insert the rod back into cable assembly and secure the trim
around the gear shift.
Power for memory, power when key on or accesories,etc, then all the speaker wires. Have you stopped at a stereo sales place, or autoparts place and asked for an adapter harness to go from your vehicle to an aftermarket stereo? It will make it much easier, much cleaner in case of removal later & will probably save a big headache too.
You will need to go buy a wiring harness adapter from your local Walmart (usually cheapest there) or Local Electronics place (ie Best Buy). The wire harness that goes out from the radio goes into the Adapter and the adapter plugs into the car harnesses. Also these Adapters come with the wiring diagrams for your vehicle. They typically run 10 - 15 bucks depending on where you get them. Thanks for using FixYa!
First, make sure you have the right plug in your radio, does it look right? if it does, than buy a wire harness for your particular vehicle from best buy, circuit city, or any stereo shop, this will connect to the plug in the back of your pioneer, making sure you seal up all the connections between wires. The package the purchased wiring harness came in will have coresponding colors and locations for each wire, and the wires themselves might be printed the same way. Its not too hard, just be sure to wire'em up correctly. good luck