How To Install An Aftermarket Car Radio With Bluetooth




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Mike Relvas R8: Really helpful video, but I have an issue. I have a Pioneer MVH-190UB on my '98 Land Rover Freelander and, for some reason, the radio only works when the car is in accessory mode. When I turn the car on, the radio just dies. I didn't install it by the way. Hope I can get some help! Thanks in advance

Justin dagarage: finally a easy to follow video thanks!

Dillon Kidder: lol this is so easy I'm doin this on a 95 4 runner and we had to take the glove box out just to remove the stereo. all you had to do is one piece of plastic and 4 screws.

王小姚: Everybody installing this 2din or any other 2din, you have to get a 15v to 12v constant buck drop down converter. test the wires coming from your cars stock for voltage, watts, and amps for when you turn the key on, when you crank the starter, and when the engine is running, to get the feedback from the running alternator. The alternator puts out a higher voltage than the battery, this is to power your car and keep the battery charged. your cars stock radio may have this already installed in it. Your aftermarket radio may not, depending on what country of manufacture and types of vehicles it was originally modeled for. don't install this radio without researching this first. That pop you get in your subs when shutdown or start up of vehicle is the residual surge. If you have an amp it would be a good idea to add a regulator. this would ensure the life and quality of your system.

BrackaFlackaFlames: I accidentally short circuited the white cable harness and now the stereo won't turn on what do I do

Ana Marija: i have a question, so i installed the radio and everything works ecxept it doesent show the name of the station and i dont know how to fix it, is it just the type of the radio or?

Rick Guzman: at 819 what was the name of the website you mentioned I couldn't hear it. Thank you .

422irishpride: the factory radio has a ground hence the black wire you said you dont use well um ya you need for the ground duh no need to find a ground behind the radio if your installer you would know this

Arnz: 1:32, the circumference? its not a circle

Prank Nation: What if that ground doesnt come with radio??

Aj Stein: I ordered a radio yesterday, this video helps alot now I'll be able to do it myself. thanks

Jinxcip Gaming: Is the wire adapter necessary?

Travis Gulley: In some cars the factory car radio is built into the dash and you along with the ac and all of the knobs

Trevor Judson: I like the sound of my exhaust that and i have a radio in the dash its just not plgged in cause idk how to install it.....

Sean Carroll: This isn't a music video what?

Alex Wann: Fantastic video! You must have been a teacher in a past life. Thank you!

xMiyazakiAkira: what if i dont want to listen to the radio and just want to plug an mp3 player with aux cable?

abgduta: what about another one socket?did it useless..?

Ahmad X: Seems pretty easy

Rob G: do most car radios fit any car? even with a screen
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