is it hard to put in a car stereo?
- inktownlegendLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
that will depend on how hard it is to remove the old one, you may need to remove parts of the dash but here is where you can start http://www.crutchfield.com/App/Learn/Article/Menu....
- budaLv 44 years ago
It relies upon fullyyt on the vehicle. the two huge annoying circumstances of any head unit setting up are removing the producing facility radio and mounting the hot one, and making the hot head unit paintings with the producing facility audio equipment and/or amplifiers. In the two situations, some vehicles are quite basic, and a few are very puzzling. often, it is so plenty extra complicated now than it substitute into 5-10 years in the past. Edit: A ninety 8 Grand Am is a extremely basic one, yet you would be wanting some adapter factors: Metra ninety 9-3300 mounting kit Metra 70-1858 adapter harness Metra 40-GM10 antenna adapter. Given the main suitable factors, it would be a extremely basic activity for a DIY-er.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
if you have all the parts you need, and all the panels in the car come out easily, then no.
if you dont have an antennae adapter and a fit kit and a wiring harness it will make things alot harder.
and if you have a factory amp you need to bypass it will be harder too, and if the panels don't remove easily then thats another hassle
- 1 decade ago
no its easier then making rice
all you need to know ishow to remove the existing radio and what wire does what, get any extra harnesses or adapters you need and your done