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Published: 22.02.2017

News Connected Cars CES by James Pikover Jan 14, , Offers may be subject to change without notice. Make sure you know how to reactivate your radio before doing this, if your radio has a security system.

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Consult the owner's manual or the manufacturer of your amplifier to determine the size fuse you should use. Having an OBD-II scanner handy is a great start. If there is no available hole, use a power drill and steel bits to drill one.

The Belkin Bluetooth Car Hands-Free Kit and GOgroove FlexSMART X2 are a couple of great inexpensive options. Once you've reconnected it, turn the vehicle on and check to see if your amp turned on.

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Once you've done this, drill your hole. If they are, then hook up an external speaker to the radio's output for that side to see if it is the radio at fault. It is actually possible to access the computer via a laptop; you just need to convert the car's equipment to your computer. First of all, if you have a newer car, it may actually have USB built into the stereo.

Once complete you are able to access your vehicle's data.

    1. Benjamin_Franklin - 28.02.2017 in 05:47

      Without spending a fortune, is there a way I can connect my phone to the stereo so I can listen to music? It involves getting to 4 concealed wires, and it is tricky.

      ZomboGus - 03.03.2017 in 09:39

      In other words, do not mount it on a metal surface.

      Kamal_Imanov - 08.03.2017 in 21:49

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      Jooy_Daniels - 13.03.2017 in 23:29

      Usually, one is red, one is white, and they may or may not be covered by small rubber caps depending on how old it is. Without spending a fortune, is there a way I can connect my phone to the stereo so I can listen to music?

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