Re: hooking CD player back up after system has been removed
If you don't know anything about car audio then I'm sorry to say, you need to find someone who does or pay a pro shop to check out your car's system.
The real reason I say that is because I've seen way to many people who trade in their cars and do a completely halfassed job of removing their stereo equipment. That wire along with any other old wires may be live and god forbid it grounds out.
Had someone bring me their car about a month ago. Obviously some dumbass riceburner teenage had owned it before (aftermarket headers on a ford focus...lmao). The amp had been removed and both the power wire and remote wire were live and just cut off near the drivers seat, under the carpet. Luckily they did not ground on anything in the couple days she had it.
F-250 V10 Crew Cab with 6 inch lift
Front and Rear Pioneer DVD screens. All stock speakers replaced with Kenwood speakers.
2 Kenwood 10 inch subs. 2 Eclipse amps.
Mustang GT V8
Pioneer HU. Mach 460 stereo system. 2 MTX 15 inch subs. 1 MA Audio amp.
Pioneer HU. 2 Kenwood 10 inch subs. 1 SPL amp.