By Mathis Camille. Car Radio Wiring. Publised at Wednesday, March 14th 2018, 20:28:04 PM. These represent the most common type of wiring harnesses. They offer connections for the power and speaker wires. They can also include connections for the new stereo's ground and illumination wires.
By Jeannot Ludovic. Car Radio Wiring. Publised at Wednesday, March 14th 2018, 01:46:41 AM. Sometimes, accessing the stereo requires the removal of one or more trim panels from the dash. You may have to (carefully) pry the plastic trim away from the dash (which is often secured by hidden pressure clips), or locate and remove bolts to disassemble other pieces of panel. Once you have gained access to the factory stereo, you should be able to see screws that secure the radio to the dash. Remove the screws and pull the stereo from the dash.
By Gabin Placide. Car Radio Wiring. Publised at Thursday, March 08th 2018, 11:51:56 AM. These harnesses usually include a color-coded wiring diagram for connecting the harness to your new stereo. Your new stereo will also include a radio wiring diagram in the owner's manual. Refer to the two diagrams to confirm the car stereo wire colors that need to be connected to the adapter harness. The nice thing is that you can make these connections on a workbench, desk, or kitchen table without having to be inside the vehicle.
By Lazare Anthelme. Car Electrical Wiring. Published at Tuesday, March 06th 2018, 13:09:22 PM. Wiring harness are groups of wires which are taped up in plastic tubes and routed around the car and throughout the engine compartment.
By Salomon Herbert. Fuse Box Wiring. Published at Tuesday, March 06th 2018, 11:55:37 AM. Once you run the wire from the radio to the fuse box area, you're almost done. Just strip away about half an inch from the end of the power wire, and then insert the bare wire into the butt connector on the fuse tap lead. Use the crimp connector to secure the power wire to the lead, and then plug the fuse tap into an available slot in the fuse panel. If performing the job in an older car, first strip about half an inch from the end of the power wire. Then use the Phillips screwdriver to secure the bare wire to an unused terminal on the fuse box. Insert an appropriately rated fuse into the slot on the head of the fuse tap plug, or the fuse box itself in classic vehicles and you're done. Just reconnect the negative battery cable, turn on the ignition and fire up the radio. If you have already connected the radio to your car speakers, it should be able to play music immediately.
By Hadrien Gratien. Car Radio Wiring. Published at Tuesday, March 06th 2018, 06:58:39 AM. In some vehicles, you need to plug in the harness somewhere other than behind the radio. A great example is a common version of the Ford Taurus, where the factory amp and radio tuner are located in the vehicle's trunk. These harnesses often consist of a basic wiring scheme that has wires long enough to reach the necessary destination. In the case of the Taurus, the adapter includes 20' of speaker wire to reach the trunk
By Lazare Anthelme. Fuse Box Wiring. Published at Tuesday, March 06th 2018, 05:16:40 AM. It’s not uncommon to see people wire radios to the fuse box by inserting the power wire directly into a fuse slot and then inserting a fuse on top of it. Although this may work, it is also dangerous and could damage your new radio or create a potential fire hazard. You should also avoid using a fuse with a higher amperage rating than that specified for your new radio or stereo. While the radio will still work, you defeat the purpose of the fuse by using one with a higher amp rating. A fuse amp rating indicates how much current, in amperes, the circuit can withstand before the fuse blows. If you use a fuse with too high a rating, it may not blow or fail in time to prevent damage to your radio. For instance, using a fuse rated at 25 amps with a 15-amp car radio may allow too much current to pass through the circuit and cause irreparable damage to the stereo.
By Josselin Amaury. Engine Wiring. Published at Tuesday, March 06th 2018, 01:09:01 AM. The valvetrain is the mechanical system that’s mounted to the cylinder head that controls the operation of the valves. The valve train consists of valves, rocker arms, pushrods, and lifters.
By Josselin Amaury. Engine Wiring. Published at Monday, March 05th 2018, 23:09:00 PM. Throttle body fuel injection systems sort of work how carburetors did, but without the carburetor. Instead of each cylinder getting its own fuel injector, there’s only one fuel injector that goes to a throttle body. The fuel mixes with air in the throttle body and then is dispersed to the cylinders via the intake valves.
By Hadrien Gratien. Engine Wiring. Published at Monday, March 05th 2018, 11:54:42 AM. The wiring harness connects to the primary fuse box, or all fuse boxes on some models, under the hood. The fuse box takes power from the battery, which is in turn charged by the alternator, and protects the wires in the harness against surges that could damage sensitive components. The wiring harness provides a series of connections that allow experienced mechanics and vehicle owners to narrow down problems to specific systems and electrical connections, making it easier to work on the vehicle’s electronics.
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