The Car Stereo Installation Guide

You can do it yourself and save the price charged to the specialist if you think the experts paying a lot of money to set up the car stereo.

Installing a car audio device is not very difficult; it’s just that it seems so. To set up the device, you just need a bit of precision and concentration. For this reason, no specialised skills or intimate knowledge of car audio is required. In reality, you can put the excess cash you save from the installation process behind the best car audio system itself, giving you the opportunity to purchase something better. Tint World is one of the authority sites on this topic.

You need to be careful when starting the operation, as lack of focus can lead to damage to your car’s equipment and ruin the quality of the car stereo system. As the plugs go into their respective sockets only, you need to be systematic.

To get started

After buying a new car audio system, see if it suits the old audio system properly. Purchase a cabling strap along with your new car stereo system, which is mechanised according to the car and stereo model and works brilliantly with new car stereo systems.

Arrange for a few items such as electric tape, wire strippers, screwdrivers and wire cutters before you get down to your task.

If the old audio system can not be unscrewed, take some advice on the correct way to remove it from your dashboard, where the new car stereo would fit in.

New car stereo removal

Remove the negative cable from the battery first, as you can never operate with the attached cable.

To uninstall the old car audio device, take out your car’s dashboard and check the wires that are attached to the rear. There will either be a single plug connected to them with too many wires or a cluster of single wires. In the case of the above, to prevent misunderstanding, it is best to disconnect them one at a time.

Place the connectors in the new cabling strap and plug them back into the stereo of your new vehicle.

If you’ve done this successfully, you can leave it in the next portion.

Manually Connecting the Wiring

If there is no cabling strap help, very carefully tie each of the wires to the back of the new car stereo.

Recognize the positive wires from each speaker slowly and attach them to the back of the new car stereo ‘s positive connector. Similarly, do the same for every speaker ‘s negative wires and attach them to the car audio system ‘s negative connectors. If only one wire comes from the speakers, the speakers are grounded on the chassis, and you’d have to mount a new cable for the speakers.

The negative cable, which is attached to metal and not plastic, should be connected to a screw in the dash near the antenna.

The ignition wires and the constant 12, both positive, should be attached to the back of the new stereo together.

Putting the stereo in the car

Both wires should be linked to a single connector that comes from the extra cabling strap or the one that comes with the stereo system of the car to which all the wires have been wired.

Use the old one which previously kept the factory stereo system if there is no new bracket for putting the new car stereo.

Now put the final connector along with the antenna, which is the cabling strap at the back of the stereo system, a long wire previously attached to the back of the old stereo and the power wire at the back of the new car stereo unit.

Within the dashboard where the previous system was mounted, place the stereo system, but do not bring back the screws as you may need to test the system.

Now is the moment when you can connect the negative cable back to the battery again.

As well as the power on the car stereo unit, start your car. Check carefully if all the connected speakers are working properly.

Place the screws back into the stereo system and place the dash board cover back on.

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