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Old 08-25-2010, 10:24 PM   #21
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yep, 04 you have to remove everything, its a bitch to do

but the older ones are much much easier
Tell me about it I have to do it .... Again tomorrow LMAO.... But I guess when you push that much Bass through the trunk a 6x9 doesn't stand a chance
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Alright I'm back with 2 bits of good news and some bad news. The good news is that I got my dash off and that all of my stuff is here. The bad news is that I have NO idea how to install it.

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I'm confused about everything to be completely honest. If anyone could help me out, that would be amazing.
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Old 09-03-2010, 01:36 AM   #23
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okay to make it simple remove the stock radio the take your harness'* with the white plastic end and the black platic end strip a little bit of the coating at the end of each wire and color match i.e. twist them together and cap the tape them or sauder them whichever you prefer then plug the white end into your stock connector now plug your antenna adapter into the antenna wire okay for the stereo its self slide your mount over it then there is already an additional metal ''case around your deck and you flip the tabs that are on it up against the mount with a flat head screwdriver then you plug it all in and screw the mount/stereo in TIP make sure you have power sound ect before screwing it in and replacing the trim panel if all works screw it in put on your trim panel and enjoy
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Alright..well...I've done it



Tell me what you guys think.
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Sorry for the huge picture and for the double post now. The picture was off of my iPhone 4 :/. lol

I resized it

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looks nice good job on the install see not as hard as you thought is it
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looks nice good job on the install see not as hard as you thought is it
thank you. . It wasn't as bad as I thought to be honest. lol. I ended up capping the wires instead of soldering. Next is speakers
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Good to see we could help.. I change my cd player every week! lol u will get it down. Rear speakers are easy.
1.Pop trunk and unplug speakers from the back
2. get in the back seat, pop the screens/grills off and remove the 6x9 and plastic mounting riser as a hole
3. take old 6x9s out of the risers and install new 6x9'*
4. ur gonna have to cut the plugs off the end of the wires going to your speakers because the new 6x9'* wont have the same hook ups. just make sure u keep negative to negative and positive to positive
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yeah its pretty easy and capping is better cause you never know if your going to need that deck in another vehicle if u solder u gotta cut stuff lol
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