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The easist way to install it ,Is to get a wireing kit from a car audio supply store for your ford, As long as the radio harrness isn,t cut off you can get a wireing kit that plugs in to the factory harness, I installed car audio equipment for over 40 years, Untill i retired this summer, End a llways use a kit,If some one didn,t cut the harness of, If they did cut the factory harness off,I would go end get one from a auto wrecker ,End put it in all so. It makes it a hake of a lot (Easier) to install, Hope this hels you out,
The best advise I can give and the worst mistake you can make while trying to install a new head unit into a car is DO NOT CUT THE STOCK HARNESS.
New head units come with bare harness with just wire ends, so you may think you need to cut off the harness on the car to wire it in.
This is the worst thing you can do. As a matter of fact, it is a bad Idea to cut any harness for anything in your car as they make wiring harness adapters to fit every thing in your car.
Before you install your head unit, go to Best Buy, or any car audio place, or on the internet and get a harness to suit the install. For instance if you have a pioneer head unit, and a 2007 Honda, you want a pioneer to 07 Honda wiring harness. This will allow your head unit to connect right into the stock wiring harness.
Do NOT Cut and Splice. Your local parts store sells an aftermarket radio plug in which connects to your factory harness and then you can splice in your radio into the new connectors ends that are labeled for what they go to.
Check the upright wiring harness on the right side. If the harness was routed incorrectly or care was not take during installation, the harness is pinched/cut/damaged when the right upright is bolted on. This is the main issue I encounter on this style treadmill when it will not work after assembly. Will require a new upright harness if damaged. If it is under warranty, call and have them replace it. It is covered
you can probably purchase a harness from clarion to fit strait into the gmc harness, if not the only place you will get the wiring schmatics is from a workshop manual for the jimmy which will probably cost you more than the harness
Hey I cant help you with your problem but can you help me? i have a 95 ford probe with a metal ended square harness on it, i went to canadian tire 100 times looking for the right harness and none fit it. a couple months later I had found another harness connector a few inches don't from the other square one.Now before i found that one i cut the harness and tried manually connecting them to the new radio. The radio would turn on but now sound would play.... and i tired 9 colour codes still nothing. if you have any idea about my problem it would be much appreciated thanks.