Do i have to completely take off the dash? or can i just switch the radio for the cd player via an easier way? I also have a subwoofer that i want to hook up but have no idea whatsoever how to do that.. i have the amp and all the wiring for it though.
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December 10th, 2010 · No Comments
In the Dodge vehicle listed above there are no 12 volt accessory wires currently in the factory harness making the installer run an accessory wire to the fuse box or underneath the steering column when installing an aftermarket radio. The XSVI-1784-NAV is designed to provide a 12 volt 10 amp switched accessory output along with [...]
October 15th, 2010 · No Comments
Some systems and components on the 1997–99 CR-V look and operate the same as those on other Honda vehicles, but some do not. This bulletin describes differences in these systems or components, and offers some new model information: – Fuses – Front License Plate Holder – Shift Lock Release Cover – Tie-Down Hole Plugs – [...]
October 18th, 2009 · No Comments
Important 5″ LCD Installation Information:
1) When mounting the LCD be sure to avoid placing the monitor in the path that impedes driver’s ability to drive vehicle safely.
2) Locate a fused accessory power circuit and attach the Black/White Stripe lead of the 2 Female Harness Pig Tail from the Sack Part using In-Line IDC connector..
3) Locate [...]
September 28th, 2009 · No Comments
The Carlisle trailer brake actuator is a microprocessor-based 12 Volt DC system for use on single, two, and three axle trailers equipped with electric brakes. The CARLISLE actuator kit consists of a trailer mounted actuator, a “deep cycle”, 17 amp-hour trailer brake battery, an emergency breakaway switch, and an in-cab controller.