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With the right installation tools and connectors, you'll be ready to handle most car audio installations. And YES, you CAN do this yourself! This Crutchfield article highlights some of the tools you'll need for your car stereo installation project.
Digital media receivers are becoming a more common aftermarket in-dash receiver option. How do you pick the right one? Shop for them at crutchfield.com
If you're installing a car stereo, you need a set of Bojo Trim Panel Tools. It includes everything you need to remove doors, carpeting, panels, and trim.
The Explorer is a big comfortable SUV that's tough enough for work and nice enough for a night on the town. A new stereo system will add great sound to whatever you're doing.
If your new receiver includes a Bluetooth microphone, youll need to connect and mount it as part of the stereo installation process. Here's a quick look at how to do it.
When we spotted a social media post about a 12-year-old who installed a new car stereo his grandfather bought from Crutchfield, we had to know more. We also wanted to give them the chance to add to the system.
Explorers are ubiquitous, but that's only because they're very, very good at doing what they do. The stock stereos aren't bad, but there are areas you can improve.
The Lincoln Blackwood might have been a one-year wonder, but it's still a very distinctive truck. It's also basically an F-150 in a tuxedo, so replacing the factory stereo gear is a reasonably easy project.
In this article, well show you some of the products that our Jeep Wrangler customers really like. With the right car audio gear and other custom gear for your Wrangler, you can keep in touch while you're getting away from it all, or just crank some tunes.