Need YJ Stereo advice & pinout
Hi All, newbe / lurker to this site but working on my second YJ. ( Had a 95 but wrecked it two years back . Finally got another (92') and couldn't be more pumped.) Anyway, I have a 2nd hand Pioneer Supertuner III Cassette and 6 CD changer to replace the factory radio. I already got a aftermarket adapter to plug into the factory stereo connector but need a pinout/diagram of what wires go where. Any help appreciated as I'd like to prewire the adapter to the new deck prior to tearing everything down. ( Read: Old cold guy working in he driveway in the NE winter! )
ALso, I'm thinking of tucking the changer into a box under the drivers seat to keep it somewhat out of sight and protected. Any other suggestions welcome.
Lastly, I bought some poly coned Kenwood replacement 4x6 speakers for the Dash. With the wind noise (from my soft top/doors) I'm wondering if adding a soundbar/wedges in the rear would help much.
Speakers are as follows:
- left front br/rd
+ left front dg
- right front db
+ right front vt
- left rear br/lb
+ left rear br/yl
- right rear db/pk
+ right rear db/wt
Power for radio is as follows
fused ACC ignition pink
12vt + fused wt/pk
black is ground
sound bar wedge speakers should help but an a amp would help more
Thanks much! I'll get started this weekend.
I'll re-consider the AMP suggestion to . At least i'll bring out the amp connection leads to someplace I can get to. The deck puts out 4x40 so i was figuring I'd try it out first.
My Alpine puts out 4x40 to stock dash speakers and I bridged the rear outputs to an 8" kicker in the console between the seats. I can gear it just fine without the doors and top. I think the sound bar would be a good addition withor without the amp.
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