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When adding an aftermarket receiver, you need a steering wheel control adapter to keep the functionality and convenience of your steering wheel controls.
When you replace your factory radio with a new aftermarket receiver, you'll lose your steering wheel audio controls. Here's how to get them back.
This installation guide shows you how to remove your old car stereo and install and wire a new stereo in your car.
Crutchfield's car audio experts answer some of the most frequently asked questions about buying and installing a car stereo.
The automotive audio terms you'll need to know when you're shopping for aftermarket CD players, nav receivers, or digital media receivers for your car or truck.
Watch this video for a step-by-step overview of a basic car stereo installation. The actual steps involved vary from car to car, but this is a good example.
Doug F, a retired chemist from Mesa, AZ, installed his very first stereo in his 2001 Ford Explorer.
This article explains the various wiring harnesses and adapters needed to install your new car stereo.
Five key things you need to consider when shopping for a new car stereo. Crutchfield can help you find the new stereo that fits your needs.