2012年4月24日星期二

car cd player installation guide free


A new CD player in the place of the older model can improve your vehicle sound system to a great extent. What kind of tool do you need to install a CD player in your car will depend on how your current stereo is mounted into the dash. Let’s see how you can install a CD player in your car.

Here is what you need for the installation.

Car owner's manual
Stereo/CD player
Stereo's instructions
Crimp connectors
Philips head screwdriver
Wire cutters
Mounting kit
Wire stripper
DIN tools
Panel tool/retaining clip remover
Crimp tool
Heat-shrink tubing
Heat gun
Soldering iron
Solder
Flat blade screwdriver

Guides
1
Set your car's parking brake. Disconnect battery's negative terminal before installation.
2
Dismount your current car stereo, which is fixed with spring clips or screws.
3
Release the clips with a pair of din tool. Put the DIN tools into holes on either side of the stereo until a click is heard. Release the spring clips and hook the DIN tools onto the sides of the stereo.
4
Spread the DIN tools apart a little and pull the stereo off the car's dash.
1
Remove 1 or more trim panels from the dash to have access to stereo. Lift plastic trim away from the dash or finding to remove the panel and remove bolts to take off panels.
2
Unscrew the car stereo.
1
Search for at least 1 plastic wiring harness in the space once occupied by the stereo. This can be applied to cars coming with a factory stereo or package prepared for stereo sound.
2
Disconnect the factory stereo from its wiring harness. The stereo plug connects the car's electrical system and speakers to the stereo system. Unplug the antenna cable.
Put in Your New CD Player
1
Connect your CD player's wiring to the factory wiring of the vehicle's\. Match the new stereo's wiring harness with the car's wiring harness. Refer to the instructions of your new stereo and your car' owner's manual to match up the wires in a correct way
Crimp or solder the wires together. Make use of the correct size of crimp connector for the former, usually 18-gauge.Make use of a heat gun and heat-shrink tubing to insulate the soldered connection for the solder.
2
Install the new CD player into the dash. A mounting kit contains parts to slide a stereo into may be required
3
Install any necessary mounting kit in your car's dash. If the kit features a metal mounting sleeve, slide the sleeve into the kit. Bend the sleeve's metal tabs using a screwdriver to fix the sleeve in place.
4
Hold your new aftermarket car stereo up near its opening in the dash. Connect its wiring adapter to the wiring harness of vehicle. Plug in the antenna cable.
5
Slide the CD player into the dash. Test if all its settings work properly.
6
Fix the CD player in the dash after wired correctly and good performance. Mount back any trim panel.
Warnings
Installing a CD player can sometimes disable the warning chimes for some cars, which can cause serious injury or death. Retain the chimes with the proper adapter.

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