On 10/5/2016 1:51 PM, email@example.com wrote:
I suggest that you look at www.crutchfield.com and then give them a ring
if you've more questions. They can help you get the installation
options, if any, that you'll need. They are a pleasure to deal with.
On Wed, 05 Oct 2016 16:51:43 -0400, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I put a Dual in my '96 Ranger a couple years ago and have been VERY
satisfied. No idea what kind of warrany - but if it works what good is
the warranty? And for what I paid for it - and what it would cost to
ship it to the repair depot - I'd likely just replace it again. I paid
about $50 canadian including a pair of decent speekers I didn't need
You WILL need the DIN adapter kit to install it - and the "power
adapter" is just a set of plugs to fit the OEM harness - you splice
the wires from the dual's plugs to the "adapter" plug. - and yes, the
USB plug is capable of charging a cell phone (5 volts 1.5 amp?)
On Wed, 05 Oct 2016 23:31:51 -0400, email@example.com wrote:
That's a good recommendation.....
I'm not sure where to buy the DIN adaptor. Walmart has them for
Chrysler, but they dont mention Plymouth in the description on the
package. Just Dodge and Chrysler as well as Jeep.
This stereo is thinner than the factory radio. I'll probably end up
cutting some pieces of plywood the size of the hole, screwing the
plywood to the dash, and slipping the radio in between this plywood and
shooting in a few screws. It wont be pretty, but as long as it works. If
I ever sell the car, I'll probably remove the stereo and put the factory
one back. Most people dont like buying something that's hacked up, and
will pay more for the car with the factory radio even if it dont work
As for the wiring, you're saying I need a plug to fit the factory plug,
and will need to wire that plug to the wires in the back of the stereo,
I thought they made special adaptors that will fit any stereo to any
car. But splicing wires is fine with me. I just need to find a place to
buy the right plug. Ebay I suppose will have it.
On Wed, 05 Oct 2016 23:26:18 -0400, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Thats because a plymouth doesn't exixt any more and was virtually
identical to the Dodge anyway.. Buy the kit for the Dodge Caravan of
the same year - I believe it was the same kit for the Chrysler Town
and Country and half the rest of Chrysler/Dodge/Plymouth products of
the same era.. I just did some checking and ALL chrysler radios from
1985 to 2000 are physically interchangeable - and virtually all are
also plug compatible - so buy the mounting kit and wiring kit listed
for a 1996 grand caravan and go for it!!!!
Don't believe me? Go to http://www.allpar.com/stereo/head-units/ and
check for yourself....
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