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Old 02-23-2005, 01:14 PM   #1
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How do you take apart the dash to get out the radio in a 95 se OR is there a nother place that i can tap into the remote (power antena) wire. Like lets say where the antena is in the truck area?? Thank you for the help
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i would go from behind the radio no doubt...

the dash just pulls off..there are about 6 clips around the edges...use only your hands, you will figure it out..

radio comes out with 3 9/32" bolts

off the top of my head i dont recall the color for the remote wire..

lemme search something quick...
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You can tap into the power lead in the trunk, but as far as I know, you'd only have power then when the radio is on.

The dash just pops off. Best bet to prevent damage is to reach in behine the center console and push it out to get it started.

I'll find the link again that shows where the snap connecters for the trim are in a sec....
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ok now i am confused what color is the wire i am looking for in every car i have ever installed an amp i am looking for a blue wire the says right on it power antean (remote turn on).
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thats only on the wiring adapter...

from the car, stock, you tap into that green wire...and you will have power only when the radio is on
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ok i see what u are doing now.....

you dont want power antenna wire...you want the ACC wire...

yellow on most aftermarket decks...but im not sure about stock...

i run my amp off my panasonic, and yes its a blue wire like all others...

but if you are doing this from a stock deck, you will need to get a voltmeter, and test the wires with the ignition on and off to see what it is...unless someone knows
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some on please know lol. Someone must have a stock radio with an amp. Which wire is it.
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ok...heres the wiring..

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notice how they run straight acrosss...SO:

all time battery=yellow from adapter = orange on stock connector

ACC lead=(what u need)red from adapter = dull yellow on stock connector
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