Car Stereo Removal and Installation
1.1) Lift arm rest and remove two
screws securing center console.
1.2) Lift panel up releasing four clips. All clips release with pressure. Be careful to notice
if clips remain with panel or in their mounting slot.
1.3) Remove panel over gear shift.
2.1) Remove trim panel from around car stereo releasing four clips and set aside. Be careful to notice if clips remain with
panel or in their mounting slot.
3.1) Remove three screw securing
car stereo to dash.
3.2) Pull car stereo forward from dash.
3.3) Remove antenna and release trigger on connectors to disconnect.
Factory Wire Color Codes
See Diagrams Below
Aftermarket Wire Color Codes
See Diagrams Below
Installing Aftermarket Speakers and Proper Hook-up
Aftermarket stereo installation?
Why purchase the aftermarket wire harness? Installation is easier, no guess work with wire color codes and a Headache Saver!Factory wire colors codes are not universal. See Aftermarket Videos above.
We discourage cutting the factory wire harness.
This section aids in troubleshooting and determining wire color codes, phasing for speaker hook up, locating power wires for installing external devices and add-ons.
Diagrams may not be applicable to Bose Audio Systems
IMPORTANT - There are two (2) yellow*, two (2) gray and two (2)
brown wires in this harness. Locate the +12 volt constant wire first.
Label it or splice to constant wire on aftermarket stereo first. Swapping
yellow wires will cause damage to any aftermarket stereo. Check fuses if your unable to find +12 volts.
Left Front Speaker (-)
Left Front Speaker (+)
Right Front Speaker (-)
Right Front Speaker (+)
Switched +12 volts
Constant +12 volts
Right Rear Speaker (-)
Right Rear Speaker (+)
Left Rear Speaker (-)
Left Rear Speaker (+)
All wire diagrams and color codes are not 100% accurate.