how to install a radio in a 98 jimmy

Asked by Feb 23, 2010 at 03:53 PM about the 1998 GMC Jimmy 4 Dr SL 4WD SUV

Question type: Car Customization

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very easy. just remove old radio. goto any radio car sales place and by a wireing kit. just match the wires up. butt conuct them and plug it all back in. very very easy

i have a newer model radio i need,to know which is the spear wires

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is this a new question or old? message me, i can help

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Speaker wire

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red/yellow power (one battery for memory, black ground, blue usually power antenna, on the new radio the wires should be labeled if it is after market, read the stripes closely....(most of the time it is a matter of matching the colors, light purple/ light purple and stripe, or THE HARD WAY....turn the radio on, each channel, set to left front, and touch wires until you hear that speaker sound....for each one...

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On my truck the original wire harness has a blue wire as the accessory wire and not a yellow wire is that normal?

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