|08-01-2009 02:00 AM|
Most likely it has a harness installed to run the kenwood you have in there now. "HOPE SO". and hope it wasn't "jimmy rigged".
If it does have one of the universal adaptor harnesses installed all you need to do is remove the adapter from the old kenwood and splice it to the new unit.
|07-31-2009 11:20 PM|
|wrangler87||ok, i got one more question before i jump into this tomorrow...... if i already have an aftermarket Kenwood in there, will i still have to change the wire harness or is it an one size fit all sort of thing, or does every brand have a different wiring harness?|
|07-23-2009 05:18 PM|
|jdhallissey||Wrangler87 it will take you maybe a hour to do the jeep is completely labeled on the wiring harness.|
|07-23-2009 02:29 PM|
|TheTJRod||Check my walk through in my sig.|
|07-23-2009 11:32 AM|
|wrangler87||ok, thanks, that will be my project this weekend|
|07-23-2009 12:55 AM|
|woods453||Don't forget the fm antenna plug in the back. It's separate from the wiring harness.|
|07-23-2009 12:33 AM|
So, you have a kenwood in now? What are you replacing it with?
The insert may be different, do you have it for the "new" stereo?
If so, you can pull the kenwood out, get the stereo cage out, insert the new cage, wire the new plug and insert it.
|07-23-2009 12:09 AM|
|wrangler87||i have an aftermarket kenwood.......?|
|07-22-2009 10:09 PM|
Yep, the OEM radios are also bolted from the back. So, if you have a stocker, no shortcuts.
|07-22-2009 09:35 PM|
|jdhallissey||Have you had a aftermarket radio in there already? IF you have not had a aftermarket radio in there then yes. You need to get a install kit for a jeep wrangler and it will be a plateto make the hole smaller.|
|07-22-2009 09:20 PM|
if i want to replace the radio, do i really have take the whole panel or does anyone know any tricks?