We Install at Our Houston Store! The wiring harness and steering wheel control adaptor came from incartec. Trunk The following file contains detail information regarding 2008 Toyota Highlander Trailer Wire Harness installation instruction and wiring diagram. The bruteish way and the proper way. Look under the trim and there is 2 more screws. When it comes to knowing which harness would fit your tractor the best way is to pull out the radio and compare it to the ones listed for your brand. The following schematic shows the Porsche 914 1973 model years Engine Wiring Harness. The hardest part about replacing a factory radio is finding all the parts needed for the correct year, make and model but we have simplified the process with our factory radio replacement packages.
T … here are clips on both sides of the radio. You will see four screws which are holding the holder with the stereo and compartment. This covers such items as: Vehicle Protection use of covers and blankets, cleaning chemicals, etc. Detach the black covering plate also know as the kick-plate as you protect the dash underside from you shoes by pulling down on the front as it contains a few pop-set clamps. Be sure you note the orientation of the brackets - it will make reinstallation easier.
If not sure it applies to your application, remove the radio and examine the connector. Some of the more popular brands we also offer a harness designed for those that already have a radio. This is the trim piece behind the arm rest box. The phone microphone that came with the Pioneer was positioned to the leather on the top right of the centre console to the left of the steering wheel. If the tractor side matches the pic then this is the harness you need. This won't leave marks on the car unless you mess it up. These two other connectors are the exact connectors that tie into your schosche plugs, Wal-Mart plugs or any other wiring harness adapter that you can purchase for fewer than ten whopping dollars.
So you don't need to search the internet or suppliers for the individual components. This is the easiest and most cost effective way to add an audio input into your factory stereo. There are 4 clips holding the panel on: upper left, lower left upper right and lower right. Bind the tips of tools clip remover, slot screw driver, etc. If the pic here matches the one on your tractor this is the one you need.
These packages are designed for vehicles that only have the standard audio system and will not work in vehicles that feature premium audio sound systems. If replacing the radio with an aftermarket one, you must remove the 4 screws holding the radio onto the holder. There are two 5 mm hex bolts under the rear trim cover - remove them. I would recommend removing the original Jaguar radio first thing, to check exactly which version is in your car. Tilt the steering all the way down and, with the parking brake fully engaged, shift the truck into 1st gear if it's an automatic. No wire cutting is necessary, since it is plugged in by harness. You might even find that it's not as hard as you'd expected.
You have to pull the ashtray out and there should be two screws behind it also they are there on the 94 and 95. Be careful, they break easily. Under the wood trim you just removed, there are four bolts fastening the console to the car. It is a lot of work. Dissconect the negative battery cable 2. There are a series of fasteners under the dash but I don't know if that is what is holding the dash on or not.
Remove the wires from the buttons. As far as the dash faceplate you will need a Phillips and a flat screwdriver. Remove the shifter knob and place shifter in reverse. When installing the trailer wire harness, make sure it is not cut or perforated by any sharp metal objects. Should consists of either a single plug divided into 2 sections that can contain 8 pins each or 2 separate 8 pin connectors that look similar.
If you are cannot do this take a pic and text it to 336 528 9198 along with as much info about make model year. It has a few pop-set clamps and some position posts. Also removing the rear most centre console trim requires much force as it is very tight, using your fingers at the rear between the trim and the rear seat base. The amp is a shinny ridged box under the dash against the outside of the car wall. The amp is located just under the glove box on the passenger wall of the car. Unbolt the ground wire from the back of the radio. After all, the entire original speaker system was Harmon's? I own this car, and have had to replace the climate control module, that requires taking out the entire center console … , which is not as hard it would seem, but for the trip computer, I'd think you have to take the dash apart, sounds like a big job to me.
The stereo is sitting on 2 4 screws which keep it in the holder. Then unscrew the 2 screws holding the bottom of the trim. Remove the antenna wire and wiring harness connectors from the back of the radio. The walk you fingers behind the trim and continue to remove it. So I thought I would share the component details.
I don't want to harm the dash. Disconnect the electrical connectors and the antenna lead and remove the radio If you are haveing trouble pulling the bezel out then follow the … rod. Start by lifting the surround around the shifter up by putting a thin blade around the edge and lifting up. It just pulls off upwards. It may not be necessary to remove the entire dash.