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Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 24-11-2013
Download Parts REQUIRED for the install Description Snap on in dash wire harness ** Please read instructions first Radio dash installation kit 1999 Ford F150/Expedition kit Optional parts for this install None. Remove Factory Radio STEP 1 : The plastic dash panel surrounding the radio must be removed. This dash panel simply unsnaps by pulling. With your hands, grab one corner and pull until the plastic dash panel completely pulls away from the main body of the dash. The Ford radio is snapped into the vehicles dash. With the proper tool, known as Ford radio removal keys, the Ford radio can be pulled forward out of the dash. A clothes hanger can be used instead of actual Ford radio removal keys. Cut the clothes hanger and bend 2 pieces in a ‘U’ shape. For more information on how to remove the radio, see the diagram below. STEP 2 : Pull the radio from the dash.… Read More
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 02-01-2014
Download Remove Factory Radio STEP 1 : The Ford radio is snapped into the vehicles dash. With the proper tool, known as Ford radio removal keys, the Ford radio can be pulled forward out of the dash. A clothes hanger can be used instead of actual Ford radio removal keys. Cut the clothes hanger and bend 2 pieces in the shape as shown in the photos above. For more information on how to remove the radio, see the diagram below. STEP 2 : Pull the radio from the dash. Unplug the antenna cable from the rear of the radio. Unplug the 2 wire harness connectors from the rear of the radio. This vehicle may have the Ford Premium Sound System installed in the vehicle. When you pull the Ford radio out of the dash, there may be a square connector plugged into the rear of the Ford radio. If there is a square plug, then your vehicle has amplifiers.… Read More
Filed Under (Audi) by admin on 30-12-2013
Download Audi A4 Sedan 2002-2004, Audi A4 Avant 2002-2004, Audi A4 Cabriolet 2003-2004 – Communication. On Board Diagnostic (OBD) Radio systems have extensive On Board Diagnostic (OBD) capabilities. The radio unit has a Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) memory. If a malfunction occurs in one of the components or wires which is monitored by the system, a record of the type of malfunction is stored in DTC memory. Use VAS 5051 Vehicle Diagnostic, Testing and Information System in mode “Guided Fault Finding”. Retrofitting of radio systems The electrical connections on the factory- installed radio wiring harness are designed for genuine Audi radios. Radios with different types of electrical connections must be installed using adapter wires. When connecting the vehicle speed sensor signal wire (on radios with the GALA function), take particular care to avoid short circuits, which could result in vehicle malfunctions (e.g. in the engine management system). Vehicle malfunctions may also occur if the vehicle speed sensor signal wire is connected to radios supplied by other manufacturers.… Read More
Filed Under (Acura) by admin on 12-03-2014
Download Remove Factory Radio NOTE : To remove the Honda factory radio, (2) two screws at the rear of the radio must be removed from underneath the radio which can be accessed from behind the radio. The Honda radio is secured to the pocket below the radio and will pull out of the dash connected together as one unit. STEP 1 : Move to the passenger side of the vehicle. The screws that secure the radio/pocket assembly to the dash are at the rear of the radio. The only way to access these screws is to look up at the rear of the radio from the passenger side of the vehicle. With an 8mm socket or phillips screw, locate and remove the screws as can be seen in the photos shown in the NOTE to the left. STEP 2 : Once the screws at the rear of the radio/ pocket assembly have been removed, the radio can be pulled forward out of the dash.… Read More
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 13-01-2014
Download What is an auxiliary input adapter ? An auxiliary input adapter is a vehicle specific device that connects to the radio’s CD Changer/DVD or Rear Seat Entertainment port and converts it to an audio input. With this auxiliary input installed you can connect and listen to any audio device (iPod, MP3, DVD, Sat Radio tuner etc) on the car speakers. The FRD04-AUX also features a built-in audio adjustment pot with 0 to +20dB input sensitivity range of 0.475 volts to 4.75 volts (peak to peak) which allows you to match the audio level of the Auxiliary device to that of the AM/FM Radio or CD. All Ford Compatible radios must have an “AUX” button and 16-pin “Phase II” radio connectors in the following vehicles: FORD LINCOLN 2007-08 Edge 2006-07 Mark LT 2007-08 Expedition 2007-07 MKX 2006-08 Explorer 2007-08 Navigator 2004 -08 F-150 2006 Zephyr 2005 -07 F-250 2005-07 F-350 2005-07 F-550 MERCURY 2005-08 Focus 2005-06 Montego 2005-0-7 Freestyle ² 2006-08 Milan 2005-06 Mustang 2006-08 Mountaineer 2007-08 Sport Trac.… Read More
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 26-12-2013
Download 1. Introduction Thank you for purchasing the iSimple® Media Gateway. The Media Gateway is designed to provide endless hours of listening pleasure from your factory radio. To ensure that your SCC1 satellite radio tuner performs correctly with your radio, we recommend that you read this entire manual before attempting installation of the Media Gateway. The Media Gateway allows connectivity for Sirius Satellite Radio tuner (SCC1 sold seperately) enabling full control of this device from the factory installed radio. It also retains original system features such as rear seat entertainment (if equipped). 2. Precautions PREVENTING DAMAGE TO YOUR VEHICLE Some installations require you to make wiring connections. To eliminate the risk of an electrical short, we recommend disconnecting the vehicle’s battery prior to installation. If you do not feel comfortable making these connections, we suggest you seek professional installation. PROPER MOUNTING LOCATION Securely install the interface in a location free from: heat, humidity, moving parts, sharp metal edges or direct sunlight.… Read More
Filed Under (Other Manuals) by admin on 01-01-2014
Download Models: 2004-2007 Buick Rainier 2003-2006 Chevrolet Avalanche, Suburban, Tahoe 2003-2007 Chevrolet Silverado Classic, TrailBlazer, TrailBlazer EXT 2003-2006 GMC Yukon, Yukon XL 2003-2007 GMC Envoy, Envoy XL, Sierra Classic 2003-2004 Oldsmobile Bravada 2005-2007 Saab 9-7X with Four Wheel Drive or All-Wheel Drive and Active All-Wheel Drive (RPO NP4) or Active Two-Speed (RPO NP8) Transfer Case. Condition Some customers may comment on intermittent illumination of the Service 4WD light. Upon investigation, the technician may find DTC C0374 set. The customer may also comment on intermittent erratic operation of the 4WD or AWD system after driving through rain/snow or simply going through a car wash. Cause The speed sensor signal may have become corrupted. Possible openings in the speed sensor wire insulation (twisted pairs) can allow water intrusion. Also, wire connections contaminated by water may result in short circuits and erroneous speed sensor readings. This most often occurs on the rear speed sensor circuit.… Read More
Filed Under (Acura) by admin on 03-04-2014
Vehicle: 2000-2001 Acura Integra, 1998-1999 Acura 2.3CL, 1996-2000 Honda Civic.
Engine wiring harness: 1999-2002 Honda Accord V6 J30A1, 1999 Acura CL 3.0L J30A, 2001-2003 Acura CL 3.2L J32A1 (auto harness only), 1999-2003 Acura TL 3.2L J32A1, 2002-2003 Acura CL/TL 3.2L Type S J32A2 (auto harness only), 2002-2004 Honda Odyssey 3.5L J35A4.
The AEM Engine Management System (EMS) is the result of extensive development on a wide variety of cars. Each system is engineered for the particular application. The AEM EMS differs from all others in several ways. The EMS is a stand alone system, which completely replaces the factory ECU and features unique Plug and Play Technology, which means that each system is configured especially for your make and model of car without any jumper harnesses. There is no need to modify your factory wiring harness and in most cases your car may be returned to stock in a matter of minutes.… Read More
Filed Under (Other Manuals) by admin on 24-11-2013
Download FORD: LINCOLN: 1997-2005 Expedition, F-150 1998-2005 Navigator 2002-2005 Explorer 2003-2005 Aviator MERCURY: 2002-2005 Mountaineer This article supersedes TSB 05-12-6 to update the NOTE Service Kit and Service Procedure information. WHEN SERVICING THE REAR AXLE ON ANY 2002-2004 F-150, EXPEDITION, NAVIGATOR, ISSUE EXPLORER OR MOUNTAINEER BUILT BEFORE Some vehicles may exhibit an axle whine or hum 3/30/2004, IF FLUID REPLACEMENT IS during acceleration, deceleration and/or cruise. REQUIRED, REPLACE THE ORIGINAL FUEL EFFICIENT HIGH PERFORMANCE (FEHP) SAE ACTION 75W-90 REAR AXLE LUBRICANT WITH SAE An axle repair kit has been developed which 75W-140 HIGH PERFORMANCE SYNTHETIC incorporates most parts required for a REAR AXLE LUBRICANT. WHEN THE FLUID comprehensive axle repair. The kit should be used TYPE IS CHANGED, REPLACE THE CURRENT instead of installing a complete axle assembly to “FEHP” METAL TAG WITH A NEW “75W-140″ TAG repair an axle whine/hum. Replace Ring and Pinion (F3TZ-4121-AA). IN ADDITION, REMOVE OR with Axle Kit and Components.… Read More
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 31-12-2013
Download Adjust the blower motor setting to LO and then to HI. * Does the blower motor operate correctly? Yes REPAIR circuit 515 (OG/RD) for a short to ground. TEST the system for normal operation. No GO to R2 . R2 CHECK THE BLOWER MOTOR SPEED CONTROL Blower Motor Speed Control C1308 EATC Module C228b * Does the blower motor operate? Yes INSTALL a new blower motor speed control. TEST the system for normal operation. No GO to R3 . R3 CHECK THE BLOWER MOTOR SPEED CONTROL CIRCUITS FOR AN OPEN Blower Motor Speed Control C1308 Measure the resistance between the blower motor speed control C1308: * pin 1, circuit 269 (LB/OG) and the EATC module C228b pin 10. * pin 2, circuit 752 (YE/RD) and the EATC module C228b pin 23. * pin 3, circuit 754 (LG/WH) and the EATC module C228b pin 24. * Are the resistances less than 5 ohms?… Read More