Future Shop, Best Buy, or Wal-Mart has them. The aux connection stays stable and it works perfectly, everyone should do this mod! Next pull out the air conditioner fan speed control knob and remove the single Philips head screw located behind it. The time it saves you may or may not be worth the price. Then gently slide the radio out of its housing. I really hope this helps. Tune the radio to this channel, and you will be able to hear music wirelessly.
So i tried doing this with a Corolla 2006 single cd player. Taking out the vent part is easy if you shove your fingers on the sides and push while you pry a little. Use the panel tool to release the clips at the top left and top right of the panel. You will get perfect quality music playing as long as you give it good music to begin with. Please help support this website by shopping at. The images are of it after I soldered the wires, but you can stil see how it fits together. Here are the models in question: Hey guys, it was the 002.
It's definitely worth it because that is a very good, powerful, and reliable head unit. If you need help finding the correct Audio adapter for your Toyota vehicle us 1-407-9331065. Putting another device such as an ipod on the same lines, means that you have now added a low impedance load to the line. You can buy adapters to do this on eBay! I chose to route the headphone cable down under the passenger side kick panel where it can be easily tucked out of the way or pulled out for use. Gently push the trim piece back in place until it is flush with the radio's face plate. Main point - Get the radio out Once the radio's surroundings are removed, it is easy to unscrew the 4 bolts underneath with a long tool that fits and when taking it out or putting it in, you must go straight and slow and pay attention to where it is going, maybe use a flashlight if you can't see inside.
I just got mine from radioshack its quality and the wires are big and easy to solder. Then use a magnetic tipped tool to remove the four screws and avoid dropping them down below the radio. Self-promotion will be regulated and may result in a ban. Get all the music off your phone and works for Ipod, iPhone, Android, or anything else with a simple headphone port. The antenna plug socket is located on the rear of the radio at the edge closest to the steering wheel. For best results, strip the wires so that only a very small amount of conductor is exposed you only need a tiny bit, this will help prevent short-circuits , and use the solder already on the board simply heat the pin until the original solder begins to melt and push the wire in. The next are the little metal to metal screws, those are the majority.
I have heard a lot from others online too. Take your time, be careful. There is also one more metal to metal screw, but it is for the cd drive, and there are two screws that look different from all the rest. Another problem is the iPhone connection because there might be different wire in a couple of years. The first step is to pry up the trim panel that surrounds the gear shifter with an automotive panel tool. I just taped a powerful magnet to the top of a screwdriver.
You don't need to disconnect the ribbon connector. Look below the radio while slightly lifting it to make sure that the metal pieces with the screw holes are clear of the black plastic. It works fine but there is a crackling in the background of the i am playing. Only problem with that technique is you have to change songs on your phone instead of the stereo buttons. The last two steps are to re-attach the 12V power socket's electrical connector and snap the shifter trim panel back in place. This mod makes the radio think that the cable is always plugged in so it stays on the aux input, it's the way the radio should have been designed. There are 3 different type of screws.
What can be the reason for this? I don't know anything about the 2009 models. You don't need the stacker, just the port on the back. Also if it was any more expensive I just would have gone for an aftermarket head unit, but I really didn't want to worry about thieves. Position the stereo close to where it will be mounted and route the aux input cable down through the back of the dash to where you can reach the end by the floor. I have pictures from my radio, and you can see how it was done from the pictures I took after I finished and was putting it back together. I was also in this situation.
Finally, somebody bothered to mention the dual loads on the line!!! Screw in the four 10mm screws a few turns so that the radio won't move around. This piece simply needs to move out of the way a little to get the other pieces of panel out. I played around to get the right ones, and the solder points are circled in the pic. But if you want to stick with stock then it will work. In the future I will use a splitter with an Microphone jack in order to hook up an external mic for better communication during calls. You should figure this out for yourself. There one fairly close to the ribbon cable ports.
They provide the mounting stuff and wiring hardness. A 2005 Toyota Corolla with a single disk cd player is used as the example, but this technique works for many types of stereos. Make sure the antenna plug is securely in place and verify that the radio stations come in clearly before continuing. The cd part is loose and should slide straight up out. Presented here is an alternative method to hook your iPod up to your car; you can manually add an aux input to your car stereo yourself. I based the way i did it off of this guys video of him doing it the the previous generation 1999 solara camry coupe basically.
So far i can hook up my iPhone and take calls over the speakers. Just try to do this corolla radio 86120-02450 its kind of working but i hear the music cd and ipod at the same time, it is also not the best audio quality lot of distorsion is there a a way to stop the cd player? It depends on which radio you have, I have the A51813 well thats what it says on the outside A51813 Model No. It's a little risky as if you are not decent at soldering or understanding some basic electronics, then you could mess up the head unit. Just replace the entire thing. Then I have to pull the radio fuse out to reset the radio.