Felix Cat: I'm not exactly sure what happened here.. you have the original cd-player
and the aftermarket one.. but how does that even work? Can you switch
between the 2 whilst driving? Any commenet would be greatly appreciated
Chris Cerra: +TechTuners I have a 2001 Yaris, and I'm pretty keen to use my ipod or
phone to play music, I noticed you've used a phono lead, but also noticed
its plugged into your aftermarket system, can you remember if the stock
system had phono-in or not? Only I don't fancy taking my dash apart only to
be disappointed... be great if you could let me know :)
George Ward: hi would this be the same for a yaris with a cassette player ? it has the
tray but we want to put a cd player in
AwM2k12: I don't kno how to clerk of the sound works plz help ps what mode and stuff
do u putt it in
Aforembs: Ok. Just a quick comment Guys!
In general the video is not that bad... But for the future if you are
advising someone how to remove something from his or her car you should be
- 1-st of all the upper panel which contains the factory radio is ATTACHED!
to the dashboard by two screws located behind the two knobs - the fan
direction flow knob (first on the left hand side) and hot - cold regulator
knob (first one from the right hand side). There may be also additional
screw located on the left hand side of the dash on the top of left oval
storage on the passenger side (the one without any covers). Without
removing those screws you won't be able to lift the panel up. And if you
force it you will probably brake it!!! SO WELL DONE for showing it and
telling about it on your video!!! :-( :-( :-( - 2-nd thing the lower panel
is also hold by 4! SCREWS! Two on the top of original factory made radio
(only visible when the upper panel is removed) and another two or sometimes
1 behind the existing ashtray (you have to remove the ashtray to be able to
unscrew them). Fail to do so may result in additional panel/console damages!
All the screws and attachments are made to prevent the dashboard from
unwanted noise like cracking or squeaking when driving. So ATTACHING THEM
BACK ONLY WITHOUT THE SCREWS (LIKE SHOWED ON YOUR VIDEO)! Will result that
the whole dash will make a lot of unwanted noises. And also some of the
buttons may not work properly.
So please correct the mistakes in your video and be more precise in the
You have to remember that the material you are posting on the web is not
for a mechanic (he already knows how to do it or has the factory
manual/training), but for a "normal" guy who is just willing to prove
himself and save some money on a simple job like that.
ruben V. H.: i'm dutch, so excuse me for my writing ;) hello, very helpful video! thx i
have a request. I went to the market a few days ago and and a lose object
in my car knocked to my upper light. the light i mean is the double reading
light inside the car in the front between the driver and the passenger.
it's popped in my roof. i worked a bit on it and saw that the roof was in
cardboard or something like that. can you please show hot to replace a
lightholder like that :p
mijan1995: How do you add aux wire? HELP!
captainhazza: Great video, made me realise that I could easily install a new stereo into
the tray myself. I've got a CD player I'd like to fit into my 2000 Yaris,
and I've bought the PC2-17-4 wiring loom to fit it to the system. My
problem, however, is that my CD player has a 16 pin connection (as yours
does), My understanding was that the wiring loom needs to go from the
stereo to the car directly. Do I need to buy another connector to join the
two together (such as the PC3-433)? Thanks for your help!
m1schko: Why don't you screw lower headunit and/or at least upper facia under the
dials? It pops out really easy, so I think it's not safe to drive with no
Cyril Cressier: Quelles sont les dimention de l auto radio (LargeurXlongeurXProfondeur)?
bolka777: This video is flawed, in a 2002 yaris, lower plastic facia can't be removed
because it is screwed from the inside. You have to unscrew 2 screws behind
the ashtray and 2 next to the climate control system. After that you can
remove both original and aftermarket radios/CD players together with the
plastic fascia (if you want, you can now remove the fascia itself, as the
screws are easily accesible).
Andy Camilleri: keep doing these videos I have a civic type r like yours and they are very
interesting thanks keep it up !!!!
ThePavelvlasov: Great video, thanx man. Long live Pet shop boys!
therealsistercrow: Just bought a 2001 Yaris with an *omg* standard tape deck. Great video -
will be referencing back to it very soon! Much appreciated.
Paul Fowler: Great video. Was struggling until I watched this. Cheers
samusyoungus01: will this work in a 54 plate yaris??
mohd salim Yunus: Thank you very much.
TechTuners: Thanks Andy, good feedback like yours let's us know when we're heading in
the right direction! Any video requests at all?
Baba Ali: this video should be reversed
Paolo Marletta: nice accent! east London?
beatoangelico128: hi. Thanks for the video. One question: can i connect the steering wheel's
remote control on the aftermarket cd unit?
Sarfraz Ahmad: Excellent tutorial
mhairiba1: Thank you and them fa..ets.
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