Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 11-04-2013
rd to entry the sprint panel screws near the gear selector lever. 6. Take away the two screws on the entrance aspect of the gear selector lever meeting with a Phillips-head screwdriver. 7. Pull the ashtray from the dashboard. 8. Take away the screw on the rear of the ashtray opening with a Phillips-head screwdriver. 9. Lift the dash panel that surrounds the stereo and the gear selector lever away from the dashboard. Grab the panel near the center…
Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 12-07-2012
the stereo dock. Unplug the stereo wiring from the again of the factory radio. Disconnect the antenna cable from the back panel of the radio. 7. Take away the two screws on both sides of the bracket to free the factory radio. 8. Place the brand new stereo in the stereo mounting bracket. Screw in the two screws on both side of the bracket to secure the brand new stereo. 9. Join the stereo wiring to a wiring harness adapter. The stereo wiring is gr…
Filed Under (Honda) by admin on 11-07-2012
…panel close to the dashboard and connect the wiring connectors for the hazard and defroster controls. Press the panel in opposition to the dashboard to snap it again into place. Return to the Honda’s engine compartment. 7. Place the negative battery cable clamp back onto the battery terminal. Tighten the bolt on the negative battery cable clamp with the wrench. Close the Pilot’s hood….
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 01-11-2012
round the stereo mounting dock edges, securing the sleeve contained in the mounting dock. 7. Join the stereo wiring from the dock to a wiring harness adapter. Plug the plastic wire group binders into the leads of the harness. 8. Insert the new stereo into the sleeve until it snaps into place. The face of the aftermarket stereo can be degree with the trim of the dashboard stereo mounting dock. 9. Replace the grounding cable over the adverse lead p…
Filed Under (Buick) by admin on 24-02-2012
…e socket and drive. 7. Slide the factory stereo from the dashboard and disconnect the stereo wiring linked to the rear panel of the radio. Unplug the black antenna cable from the precise facet of the radio‘s rear panel. 8. Slide the mounting collar from the GM aftermarket stereo set up kit into the empty stereo dock. Push the collar clips outward with a flat head screwdriver. 9. Pull the Park Avenue’s stereo wiring by means of the ent…
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 22-11-2012
…edges of the sleeve to safe the sleeve into the mounting dock. 7. Reach into the dock and pull out the stereo wiring and antenna cable. Plug the stereo wiring binders into the appropriate leads on the wiring harness adapter. 8. Plug the wiring harness adapter leads into the corresponding retailers on the again panel of the aftermarket stereo. Plug the antenna cable into the “FM antenna” outlet on the rear panel of the new radio. 9. S…
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 23-05-2013
…outlet on the best side of the stereo’s again panel. 7. Slide the brand new deck into the sleeve. Push the unit into the dock until the front face of the stereo is degree with the trim of the Taurus’ stereo dock. 8. Change the grounding cable (or negative battery cable) across the Ford battery’s unfavorable terminal lead post. Tighten the cable’s clamp to the publish with the wrench. Shut the hood….
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 16-04-2013
…ck. Place the faceplate of the stereo onto the unit (for removable face radios only). See the radio’s accompanying guide for exact instructions for connecting the stereo’s face. Return to the Ford’s battery. 6. Substitute the adverse battery cable’s clamp around the unfavourable battery terminal. Tighten the bolt with the wrench and shut the hood….
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 20-03-2013
…ew head unit into the opening within the dashboard provided by the faceplate adapter. Push the stereo into the dash until it locks into place throughout the stereo mounting dock. Return to the Ford’s engine compartment. 7. Place the battery cable clamp again onto the detrimental battery terminal and tighten the cable’s bolt with the wrench. Shut the hood….
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 11-03-2013
…el over the stereo/radio and local weather control knobs. Press the panel into place to reconnect the five clips on the backside of the panel with the retaining holes on the dashboard of the Ford truck. Return to the battery. 8. Place the negative battery cable clamp again across the damaging battery terminal lead. Tighten the clamp with the wrench and shut the Ford truck’s hood….