your first mistake was not buying it from www.bought4less.com
Now your next mistake is you trying to do this yourself.
Spend the $35 labor and $10 - $20 in parts at the stereo shop and let THEM
do the job.
If you do it, it will cost you a WHOLE LOT more to have thenm fix it.
: Hi there - The factory stereo is now toast. I've bought a new stereo as
: as this wiring harness thing that is supposed to make installing it
: I got the old stereo out no problem but am not too sure about putting the
: new one in. Are there any considerations I should be aware of? I'm having
: little difficultly finding where my speaker connector will connect to - I
: think I can see it way in there (I hope). Also, someone said there's an
: in there and that it's presence may be an issue? Is that something to
: about? If it is an amp, it must be factory original. My new stereo is
: Well anything advice is very much appreciated.