This article will guide you through a basic stereo swap for a Jeep Grand Cherokee, step-by-step. The antenna generally has an adapter like the one showing in Figure 7. You can use the removal keys included with your aftermarket radio. Put the screws away and take the radio out of the dash gently. You install a brand new.
If you are getting ohms at the speakers but no sound is coming out of them, your speakers are blown. It's time for a satellite radio. It's time for a satellite radio. One other option is to remove the radio, remove the watch battery if it has one then try again the way I described earlier. If the contacts are arced or pitted, they can stick on after the radio is off. I've had many family members who have owned them … currently I think there are 7 or 8 in the extened family and they have all loved them because of the reliablity.
One of the first things anyone generally replaces in an. For this particular installation, the front trim piece is removed by pushing down on the mounting tabs and popping it off as shown in Figure 3. Here you will find the step-by-step instructions. Unfortunately, like wiper blades and. Insert the metal cage from the aftermarket radio into the plastic dash kit, and fold the tabs on the metal cage inwards to secure the metal cage to the plastic dash kit.
About a year and a half ago, I purchased my first car: a 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee. Step 2 — Prepare the new stereo for installation Every aftermarket stereo is different, so you will need to consult the manual as to the specific preparation steps needed to mount it with the existing trim. Remove the front faceplate and metal cage from the aftermarket radio. I had it in my mind that a similar repair to the Playstation 3's yellow ring of death fix, which involves removing the motherboard and heating the circuits until the micro soldering reattaches, might work for the circuitry in these radios. You'll color-match wires from this wiring harness to the wires on the wiring harness that is included with your aftermarket radio. Some units should be connected to the original wiring harness by a wiring adapter. If your wiring is correct, move on to Step 2.
Wish you enjoy the time with your new unit. Then, take it of the dashboard. I had mine replaced on a 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo … 4. You've put up with that dinosaur of a stereo for far too long now. If you're living that nightmare right now, then take solace, as you've come to the right place for a bit of electrical troubleshooting.
Wish the upgrade step can help. The fuse is generally located on the back of the head unit. Stereos that have gone non-op are usually caused by one of the few common issues. Finally, in the final step, we'll finish up the installation process by putting your Jeep's dash back together. Put the parking brake on, shift the tranny to N, and the transfer case to the middle position if equipped.
The bigger they are, the more likely a suspect. And here's what you'll probably already have lying around your house: - 1 Philips-Head Screwdriver. Here you will find the step-by-step instructions. Cheers, Dan Hello Daniel, Often times with that generation of electronics and the abuse that vehicles get, it's the capacitors that fail. If your Jeep has the factory Infiniti sound system, the power antenna lead is turned on by the power antenna lead. To create this article, volunteer authors worked to edit and improve it over time. Now that you have access to the factory radio, you'll remove four 4 Philips-head screws holding it in place, in each corner of the radio.
Slide stereo into mounting frame. And replaced the battery at this time the jeep had a factory radio with cd changer in rear and amp under back seat. I've only run into one bad amp since 1990, and that one is in one of my cars, and it failed to turn on. Check the solder points underneath the pcb too most pcbs of that era are through-hole. You install a brand new.