1. Disconnect Battery. Do not skip this step. Also, do not try to “test” the LED array by connecting the leads directly to your battery. Permanent damage will occur to the LED array if you fail to heed these steps.
2. Remove Taillight housings from car.
3. Remove bezel and lens.
4. Remove light bulb and bucket. [...]
December 31st, 2010 · No Comments
December 8th, 2010 · No Comments
This shifter is constructed of a solid billet steel and chrome plated upper stick, billet aluminum transmission carrier, and billet stainless steel adapter, lower stick, pin, and Energy Suspension® polyurethane bushing housing. You can expect reduced shift throw (over 30%), increased strength and better, firmer, yet smoother and more precise feel thanks to extremely tight [...]
November 22nd, 2010 · No Comments
READ INSTRUCTIONS COMPLETELY BEFORE INSTALLING THIS BRACKETRON PHONE MOUNT. All instructions are written from the drivers seat position looking forward at the vehicle dash. We advise caution whenever your removing or handling plastic parts of a vehicles dash. WARNING: Unnecessary force or pressure can cause pieces to crack or break. Logo and part number will [...]
November 20th, 2010 · No Comments
All instructions assume a drivers seat vantage point. Caution is advised when removing and reassembling wood or plastic parts of a dash. Applying unnecessary force or pressure may cause a piece to crack or break.
Pro.Fit logo and part number will be right side up and readable when installed.
TOOLS REQUIRED: #1 Phillips screwdriver, hook tool, marking [...]
November 17th, 2010 · No Comments
REMOVE THE CDS
For the initial installation steps, it is not necessary to have the accessory board available. Set it aside in a safe place and then proceed to your vehicle with the recommended installation tools. Before you begin taking apart your car, remove all the CDs from the radio so that they won’t move inside [...]
November 11th, 2010 · No Comments
Micah Williams of Audio Specialists, Inc. in Hopkinsville, Ky., shows how to create a video output from the factory radio in a Dodge Nitro that can be used on rear screens. Williams says that this technique will work on any Dodge/Chrysler radio that includes the factory six-disc DVD changer. He notes that the easiest way [...]
September 18th, 2010 · No Comments
Removal of Factory bezel:
1. Remove both screws from top of factory bezel.
2. Pull straight out on the bottom of the bezel to release clips. Pull on one side of the bezel at a time (to the left and right side of the steering wheel).
August 29th, 2010 · No Comments
2-SHAFT HEAD UNITS: Snap the Faceplate onto the front of the Radio Housing. (For applications using Faceplate #2, cut and remove the bottom portion of the Faceplate). Slide the aftermarket head unit into the kit and secure with shaft nuts. (see Fig. A)
DIN HEAD UNITS: Cut and remove the shaft supports from the Faceplate and [...]
April 6th, 2010 · No Comments
Cutting template for DVD harness
Attach one large bin and one small bin (included with DVD kit)
Using template provided, cut a rectangular hole in headliner as shown on template.
Remove large and small bins from headliner.
Remove caps and unscrew bolts on “A” pillar trim.
Remove “A” pillars.
Pull cover open on seat belt Shoulder bracket to expose bolt.
April 5th, 2010 · No Comments
Begin by inserting the radio removal tools into the holes on the face of the radio. Apply outward pressure on the tools while simultaneously sliding the radio out of its cavity. Disconnect all wiring to the radio and remove the radio removal tools. Set the radio aside. Using the 9/32″ socket and driver [...]