Metra 70-8113 Receiver Wiring Harness
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Works just as descibed
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Item # 120708113 | MFR # 70-8113
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This vehicle-specific wiring harness makes connections between your new car stereo and your car's electrical system.
First, attach the color-coded wires on your Crutchfield-supplied harness to the wires from your new stereo. If you're not using a soldering iron, we recommend that you purchase some wire connectors to secure the connections. Check out our handy article on three ways to connect the wiring harness here.
Now, once this harness is connected to your new stereo, you'll be able to plug right into your car's factory radio connector. This harness saves installation time since you won't have to cut factory wires individually, and this also enables you to re-install the factory radio if needed. A detailed instruction sheet comes with the harness. Warranty: 60 days.
Installation Note: This harness uses your factory amplifier; your new stereo must have two pairs of preamp outputs to connect this harness.
Please read this important note: This harness may not contain provisions for every wire needed to complete your installation, and it will not accommodate special navigation, video, or factory steering wheel control connections. You will need a special adapter if you want your factory steering wheel audio controls to work with your new stereo.
Note: Most vehicles will require additional installation parts please identify your vehicle if you haven’t done so. You can also call an Advisor for more information.
Average Customer Review(s):
Works just as descibed
Worked perfect. Made the install easy.
Pros: Worked as designed.
Wish there was more instructions regarding the wires that would not be used for my specific application. I had numerous questions regarding the unconnected loose wires. These questions were eventually cleared up with multiple calls to Crutchfields excellent tech support. Also, a acronym index for stereo lingo would be nice for the layman installers out there.
Made it very easy. At first I was upset b/c the car had two harnesses and they had one, but they knew what they were doing. I trusted the harness, plugged it in and it worked.
Decent harness, nice and simple - but that's the problem. There's no connection for the dimmer switch. I go to work in the dark and come home in the dark. The unit I got has an onboard dimmer for the screen but not the buttons, so now I'm pretty much night blind.
Pros: Quick and easy
Cons: Lacks a connection for the dimmer switch.
Made the install super easy
Pros: Matched right up clean and easy
Instructions were not very clear. Too generic. The plug on the harness had a twisted pin and didn't want to connect to the factory harness.
Pros: Was complete
Cons: Poor build quality, confusing instructions.Crutchfield response on July 27, 2016 Whenever you encounter a problem with anything you purchase from Crutchfield, please contact our tech support team right away. Lifetime tech support comes with every Crutchfield purchase.
This wiring harness has to be the single best reason to purchase car audio from Crutchfield. Using the instructions provided, I was able to easily wire this harness to the harness provided by my JVC DVD Receiver in the leisure of my house. When it came time to connect the new receiver into the car, it was very simple: Plug in the antenna, plug in the SiriusXM receiver, plug in the rea-rview camera plug in this harness, then only two extra wires to connect: the reverse wire to the rear camera, and the "park" wire (which prevents DVD video if the car is moving). Best of all, Crutchfield included it for free.
Pros: Free. Greatly simplifies receiver hook-up.
Everything was right.
I only use Metra wiring harnesses for all my after-market installations. They clearly mark the critical wires (ground, power antenna, steering wheel controls, etc.) and provide a clear guide to the color coding on the remaining wires (which are usually like-to-like). Plus this harness had dual RCA outputs making the connection to the existing JBL amp in my 04 Sequoia a breeze to install.
Pros: Easy installation and Crutchfield threw it in to my order for free!!
Raido wireing,and your help to install it was outstanding.
Pros: Your support,
Cons: Thr installing kit, the mountains bracket (plastic side support) could be better. I was very hard to get the raido to fit .lf the bracket was metal it would be more solid.
Harness made installation, with Crutchflied's technical assistance, very straight forward.
Made install super easy
Pros: All is good
No problems installing, everything is super easy. Just plug the RCA outputs into the new headset and wire it up and it's done.
Pros: Easy, Works Great
Pros: It fits the OEM as it's suppose to. EZ hook-up...
Cons: My concern is the harness doesn't have the wire to connect to the vehicles' dash/instrument panel dimmer wire (orange)...
I'm not a pro, but I've installed my fair share of aftermarket radios. when I wired everything together and gave it test run, I was getting very bad feedback out of the drivers speaker. this was my first experience installing a radio with factory amps (usually have my own) so I thought it was something I did. after over 2 hours of troubleshooting a possible bad ground or bad RCA Cable, I noticed that 2 of the pins in the adaptor that plugs into the factory plug were "shorter" than all the others. I took very small needle nose and pulled them up but they kept pushing back down when plugged back in. I called Crutchfield and they are send me a new one without any hesitation which is why I give it 3 stars. I'm sure I just got a defective harness and accidents happen. Just caused a lot of unnecessary troubleshooting.
Pros: easy instructions, clear labeling
Cons: just got a bad apple and wish it didn't waste so much time
I initially expected to review the harness higher because its apparent good construction, tight fit and easy to interpret instructions. Unfortunately, I have to subtract points because of loose low level connections.
Pros: simple instructions.
Cons: low level connections were loose. Crutchfield Tech Support was quick to forward a replacement harness.
Works really well
Hooked up simple. Could use better instructions because the labeling on the wires is a little small and hard to read.
Just like the tittle says
Pros: This install would have sucked without it!
Fit perfectly into the 2005 Toyota Highlander factory connector, took about 1/2 hour for the install. Harness is well made and instructions were clear and concise.
Pros: Easy install
it did connect my soundstream double din to my factory jbl system.
Pros: easy install
Cons: my soundstream turns off before the factory amp does so I have a big thump when turning radio on or off
Crutchfield sent 2 harnesses for my Alpine installation. Good thing since wires fell out of 1st unit. Plug in was very resistive - wasn't sure it was correct plug. Got second harness to plug in and then it worked
Pros: Connecting this harness to Alpine harness
Cons: Plugging harness into Camry harness. Wires coming out of harness v
Made my installation of a JVC KW-HDR81BT in a 2003 Toyota Highlander Limited with JBL premium sound easy. Although I had to search different forums before I went on with the install. There are some things that the instructions that came with the product does not tell you. But once the install was done the sound is many times better than the original JBL Head Unit( although I miss the 6 CD changer that bit the dust). I decided to use the original factory Amp because I was not willing to tear some carpet and the back of the second row passenger seat to get to it and use a different harness, which I bought just in case, and ended up for spare parts , I took one of its pins and used it for port 12 to dim the lights after the ignition is on. And now I get to enjoy beautiful music for my long highway travels. Motor On!!
Pros: Don't have to cut a single wire of the original factory harness, get to use your original JBL external Amp.
Cons: Have to do extra research on forums reagarding some missing features and how to make it work.
I like the wiring adapter but there are conflicting instructions with it and the stereo instructions. one tells you to connect the blue wire and the other says not to use it. instructions tell you to use the blue wire with a white stripe for one thing when you actually use it to power two features
Plug was a perfect OEM quality fit and the wire quality was very good. Would like to have received a vehicle wire diagram with the plug.
Pros: Fit and quality
Cons: No vehicle side wire diagram
Worked perfectly with Kenwood DPX500BT hooked up to 2002 Toyota Solara with JBL System and factory amp. No extra wiring and easy hookup.
Pros: ease of use
I struggled to find a way to install my radio into my 2003 Camry with a factory amp until I entered my car model onto Crutchfield and this harness popped up. It worked great, and I didn't have the problem that many people said they had concerning illumination. It worked fine without having to find a workaround.
Pros: Easy to install, everything worked.
Easy to install, save all kinds of time when you don't have to redo all your wiring!
Pros: Quick and easy
This is a quality harness that made the installation of a JVC double DIN receiver very easy. My only complaint is that it doesn't have an illumination wire, which some reviewers claim the Camry provides. Wanting an easy, quick installation, I just installed this harness as intended without trying to identify the illumination wire in the factory harness.
Pros: Quality construction. Easy installation.
Cons: No illumination wire.
Fairly easy connection. No illumination wire on harness. Easy fix if you have basic electronicskills.
Pros: Easy installation
Cons: No illumination wire.
Very easy to use and install. It was a very helpful product
Used this harness in a 2001 Sequoia. Harness made the connection from Pioneer unit to Sequoia wiring a breeze. Simply match wires and crimp.
Pros: Easy to use Can contact Crutchfield with questions.
Made installation very easy.
This harness worked just as advertised and allowed me to keep my factory plug in place saving me a great deal of time and additional splicing.
Plugs right into factory plug and performs great.
This adapter fit perfectly, It made installation a snap and the instructions were precise and gave me all of the information needed,
Pros: Easy to use.
It works. I didn't have to cut wires as my friends suggested, made my first experience doing an installation like this great.
Pros: Easy install
Clear instructions. Made the installation quick and easy.
This was easy to read, easy to attach to the Scosche, and just plain easy to use. In fact, my 6 year-old daughter was able to follow the diagram and do the terminal wiring with almost no help- I just had to strip the ends.
Pros: Easy to use.
I just installed a Jvc Stereo in my toyota solara and had to use this adapter and no problems and works great!!
Pros: Easy install
Cons: No cons
Made installation a breeze and worked great with factory amp!
Quick n easy
Cons: Doesn't have steering wheel remote connection
A couple of wires were not clearly identified for connection in wire diagrams but Crutchfield provided quick clear instructions on what to do.
I had to call tech support to confirm the wires that had to be soldered together to complete the installation. Diagrams could be clearer and instruction could be much better. The harness did not support the dash light dimmer circuit nor did it allow the two antenna connections on my Toyota to be used. The functions supported seam to work fine.
Pros: Connectors fit well.
Cons: Had to solder wires together, not plug & play. Did not have connection for dimmer circuit. Dual antenna for Toyota is NOT supported.
This adapter made connecting the new unit to the pre-existing sub-woofer a breeze. Really impressed with the ease of installation.
Extremely Happy with Harness really easy to install and it also comes with added instructions from Crutchfield.
Pros: Extremely easy to install
Easy tho use and fit properly.
Love the product. Don't know what I would have done without it. It made installation of the new radio, so Easy. You guys do a great job in insuring the right parts are available for lay people like me.
Pros: Ease of installation.
Cons: Directions printed to small and difficult to read. Flow of directions may be a little confusing.
Fits perfectly and makes installation super simple. I can't believe people at other retailers don't know of such product. Thanks Crutchfield. Great customer service as well.
Holy cow! If it was any easier my kindergartner could do it! I had the sterio out and in in ten minites.... with the help of this!
Pros: Very easy in install because of this.
Thanks crutchfield for making my install so easy to do. The harness made the process so quick and easy.
Pros: Hooks up directly to factory plug.
Harness worked great and really simplified wiring conversion for installation. Only one small comment, there was no wire included to tie to the lighting wire that dims the screen when the parking/headlights are on- had to splice one but all other major connections were very easy to match to the radio wiring harness. Used RCA plugs for the four speaker channels.
Pros: See above, plugged directly into Toyota harness without problem.
Cons: Had to test and splice dimmer wire but still far easier than splicing all of them.
Like other reviewers have said, there is no wire for the dimmer function in the car harness. I researched this online and discovered that on the 2002 camry, the solid green wire (pin 2) in the Toyota wiring harness) will dim the head unit lights when you turn the headlights on. This is the "Illumination" wire on the Alpine head unit harness. You just need to splice a jumper wire into the solid green wire in the Toyota harness and put a bullet connector on it so it will plug into the Alpine Illumination lead. Also, I read online that if you connect to the green and white wire in the Toyota harness, then the head unit lights will dim when you adjust the dimmer control on the dash lights. Also, I discovered to just add the "amp shield ground" black and white wire in with the other chassis ground wires. I hope this helps. Jim I hope this helps.
Pros: Works great in connecting the Alpine head unit into the 2002 camry with JBL amp and no navigation system
Cons: The illumination/dimmer wire is not provided, you have to splice one in.
Very straitforward. As mentioned in other reviews no dimmer was included but i did not need it. Harness was made well and seemed very sturdy.
Pros: Made installation quick and easy
Cons: No dimmer.
Wow! Crutchfid hooked it up with this wiring harness. It was so easy to install and works flawlessly. I work in sales, i have never installed a radio and this made it super easy. Came with very easy to read/follow instructions.
Pros: Easy to read instructions Quality of design Ease if use Functionality
So easy even I couldn't fail. I had to call to get clarification once, but CS was spot on and put me back on track. It worked great and made installing the radio a breeze.
Pros: Easy, fit perfectly
It worked perfectly with my 2001 Toyota.
This harness work great if you want to intergrate the factory JBL Amp that comes with the car, but if you want to bypass the factory Amp to put another Amp in your car you need the Metra 70-1761 harness also sold by Crutchfield.
Pros: Easy to use
Cons: Crutchfield need to explain to use the other harness (Metra 70-1761) if you want to bypass the factory amp to use another amp.
I was a little confused when reading the instructions with the wiring harness and applying them to the instructions with the JVC Stock unit I was installing. There are several wires NOT used when hooking up a new head unit to the factory amps/speakers. Once I figured it out and taped off the "unused" wires, it was straight forward.
Pros: Free with the unit
Cons: Documentation may be a bit vague.
I bought a kit to install an after market stereo, which included the most detailed explanation of the installation process. As i began the process, I greatly appreciated the visual instructions and reader friendly step by step process. When I realized I had not bought the wiring harness I immediately called the Crutchfield customer service with a simple inquiry of which wiring harness I would need for my specific car. I was impressed with their exceptional knowledge of my car and their response. When I told the customer service rep I was ready to place my order, he said not to worry, that Cruttchfield would ship the wiring harness free of charge and that I should expect its arrival in my house in 2 days!!!!!! Needless to say I was impressed and greatly appreciated their service!
Pros: Everything I ordered arrived in time, and customer service was great and extremely supportive.
connector quality and fit were very good. Kept me from having to cut or splice wires in my cars wiring harness. I was able to sit in the comfort of the AC instead of the central Texas heat while making almost all the connections for the new stereo. The directions were not very good, but were workable.
Pros: good quality and fit.
Cons: mediocre directions
It sure makes it easy to install a unit in the car when you can just plug it in.
Pros: Everything worked great once all the wires were connected to the haness.
Cons: I would have like a little more coaching on the wires that needed to be connected for the harness.
Easy to install and must have for JBL systems. i given 4 stars because the white pin is hard to fit in toyota's factory JBL connector, you have to push so hard to connect it. but worth for who has premier sound in car. thanks
Pros: easy to connect wires.
Cons: hard to fit white plugs.
Easy, Easy, Easy worked great with Avalon and Kenwood!
The free wire harness made my self installation quick and easy. I was enjoy full access sound in less than an hour.
Glad that there was an available wire harness that would allow me to use the factory amplifier. Everything sounds great!! Thanks Crutchfield.
Pros: Great Harness. Thanks to Clarence for finding this harness. Glad to be able to use the factory amplifier which still works and sounds great!
Cons: No Cons. Works as expected
This kit makes life much easier....almost. I think I just got a poor harness (and user error on my part). The power antenna wire came out of my kit when I tried to connect it to the radio harness coming from the car and I could not get this to work and ended up running down to a Box store to buy a new harness. Part of the problem was that you have to connect the two blue wires or you get no sound (if figured I had thee antenna plug in the back plus one of the others..my bad). If the wire would have stayed and I connected them all I am sure it would have been fine but for free with the deck AND the install kit I am not complaining. I could have called to get another one I am sure but it was trying to surprise my wife and need one now.
Pros: makes life much easier
Cons: Connections of the wires intot hte harness could be better.
JAZZY IS BACK
Pros: Toyota Receiver Wiring Harness
The biggest problem was the harness doesn't come with a dimmer pin. So I researched my vehicle's wiring schematics and located the vehicle side dimmer and spliced in. I called Cruthfield and asked why it doesn't have a dimmer pin. They told me my truck doesn't have it. I call B.S. because I found it and it dim's the unit when I turn the headlights on.
Pros: Free with purchase of receiver.
Cons: Missing Dimmer Pin.
Worked like a charm with the factory amp in my 2000 Avalon. The head unit I bought only had 2 RCA outputs, so I had to use y cables to combine 4 into 2. Works great, except I lost front to rear fading. Didn't need that anyway, so I'm pleased and the new unit sounds great.
first of all, the factory amp adapter does NOT have the illumination wire hooked up, so you need to splice into the green wire on Toyota amp plug. second and most important it does NOT make any sense to actually use the factory amp since it's like what 10 years old and inferior quality already by now when compared to new head unit's built-in amp? I had static noise, background noise and other problems when using the factory amp! nobody at Crutchfield suggested that I should have tried to bypass it by using a different integration adapter (solaras have bypass plugs behind the dash, so it's an easy plug and play to bypass the amp) I ended up buying a Scosche amp bypass adapter and hooked up my JVC head unit straight to speakers, zero problems now, crystal clear sound. also worth noting is that amp bypass adapter actually has the illumination wire terminal hooked up (amp integration adapter does NOT so I had to splice).
Made the installation quick and easy.
Wiring harness made swap of OEM double din unit a breeze. Plug and play with no issues.
This harness works, but as others have said, there's missing wires. My '03 Solara Convertible with the JBL Premium sound system had more features and wires than this harness had wires for. I had to first figure out which wire in the car's harness was the dimmer (white - green stripe), and cut it behind the plug to splice it manually. Then I had two ground wires and only one ground wire for the radio. Crutchfield tech advised I splice all three together (worked, no hum-thankfully). There's also no way (that I was able to discern with the new radio) to control the the antenna for just the radio...the power antenna is always up if the radio is on--the factory unit would put the antenna down if a tape or cd was playing (I think this is more a limitation of the radio). The JBL system has a crossover in the system that takes the signal and pushes the bass to the subwoofer...there's no need for a subwoofer pre-out connection (which this harness doesn't have) for the Toyota.
This harness works great if you have a pre-installed amp in you Celica. It worked perfect, and had easy to follow directions.
This harness wired up the major components. But it does not have a lead for the dimmer control. Why in 2010 Crutchfield would be selling a harness that does not capture this wire I have no idea. So keep in mind you will need to have some taps on hand so you can connect you're radio's dimmer wire to the car harness' dimmer wire.
Worked great, factory amp is working very well with my x994 kenwood. Appreciate being able to call crutchfield as I wasn't sure what to do with "one extra wire" from the kenwood harness. They put me on hold, checked a couple things and told me the color wire it should be soldered to. Awesome not having to pull the unit out after installation to address a mis-wiring issue.
The good: easy to rewire the HU for the car, no brainer The bad: NO antenna adapter for the Toyota diversity system; didn't even find one on the WWW; had to make my own from a y-adapter and solderless motorola plugs
I would rate this a five star product if it wasn't for two things: 1. The harness is missing a wire for the DIMMING feature found in most radios. If you want your display to dim when parking lights and headlights are on you can't do this with this harness. You will need to buy a second harness just for the wires, and tear it apart to get the wire so you can snap it into the first harness. 2. I bought a harness (same type , but for different car from crutch field almost a year ago) and it had the same issue. Seems like my concerns fell on deaf ears as this newer harness still is missing the wire. Crutchfields price is GREAT, but when you factor in the cost of two, plus the time and effort to tear one apart (it is difficult to do they are made quite well) it's not as good deal anymore since shipping cost more than taxes (unless you get if free with a radio purchace.)
Everything fit like a glove. Easy install!
I went to a local car stereo specialty store and had the owner tell me there was no way to use the factory amp with an aftermarket stereo. When I ordered this I wondered if it would cause any buzzing, but there was not even a hint of it. Thank you Crutchfield for being the best resource anywhere for helping me install my car stereo myself. Each car is a new challenge and I couldn't do it without your expert advise.
The problem with both the harness wiring and the Alpine connection diagram is neither shows which RCA male fittings actually connect to which female connections on the unit. The installation page needs to show the rear of the unit enlarged with the actual female fittings, such as left upper fitting is shown using the gray male fitting,etc. The back of the Alpine is not labeled as was the Blauplunkt I used in my other car. Perhaps advising Alpine of this problem would get them to stamp the terminals on the plate. In the meantime, your one page guide could be changed to do this.
Made installing an Alpine IVA-W205 in my 2001 Sequoia with factory JBL system a breeze. Everything plugged right in.
Made installation a snap, a must if you have a factory installed amp.
Crutchfield Wiring Harness: Crutchfield wiring harnesses prevent you from having to cut your vehicle's factory radio plug when replacing your factory radio with an aftermarket head unit. Simply solder or crimp the Crutchfield wiring harness to your aftermarket head unit's harness (solder & crimps not included), plug the aftermarket head unit's plug into the rear chassis of the aftermarket head unit, and plug the Crutchfield wiring harness into your vehicle's factory radio plug.
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Wiring Notes: If the Crutchfield wiring harness is not equipped with a ground wire, you will need to ground the aftermarket head unit's ground wire to the metal chassis of your vehicle. Some vehicle's may require you to bypass the vehicle's factory amplifier (in another location from factory radio) or hardwire certain connections. If your vehicle is equipped with factory steering wheel controls, an additional adapter is required & sold separately.
Factory Amp Note: This harness includes RCA connections (instead of speaker wire leads) to connect the aftermarket head unit's preamp outputs to your vehicle's factory amp. Your aftermarket head unit must be equipped with front & rear preamp outputs.
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It was recommended for fit in my vehicle [ Andrea Feb 15, 2017 ]
the best way to connect a replacement radio without to damage any existing wiring connectors. [ Roberto Jan 29, 2017 ]
Install Radio in Car. [ Albert Jan 02, 2017 ]
For ease of install [ Wayne Dec 26, 2016 ]
recommended [ Robert Dec 15, 2016 ]
It will make it easier to install the unit. [ Ray Dec 04, 2016 ]
To install my new Alpine [ BRIAN PAUL Nov 23, 2016 ]
clean and easy install [ curtis Nov 22, 2016 ]
Required [ Ruben Nov 15, 2016 ]
If you own a premium sound system toyota, you will need this because your car has a stock amp. Harness should have 20 pins. [ Jonathan Oct 23, 2016 ]
To make it easy ti connect my new stereo head unit to the factory JBL amp in my Toyota with the JBL system. [ J Oct 11, 2016 ]
Great product and it's needed to add an aftermarket stereo to an existing JBL system with amplifiers [ Alex Sep 06, 2016 ]
This was suggested to aid the installation. [ Arnold Sep 01, 2016 ]
Adapts to OEM plugs [ Alvaro Sep 01, 2016 ]
Metra wiring harnesses are so easy to use! Takes most of the "work" out of doing an install yourself. [ Shawn Aug 29, 2016 ]
Required harness for my application. [ Lawrence Aug 23, 2016 ]
for pioneer-receiver BT [ A Aug 18, 2016 ]
Part of accessory package needed to install CD-Radio [ James Aug 15, 2016 ]
Was needed so i wouldnt have to cut wires. [ Anthony Aug 13, 2016 ]
Fits my 2004 Toyota Sequoia [ BRUCE Aug 13, 2016 ]
Required for stereo installation [ Kenneth Aug 07, 2016 ]
Same as above [ Torrance Jul 28, 2016 ]
Make of car. [ Gregorio Jul 26, 2016 ]
It will make instillation very simple and save a lot of time. [ Edward Jul 07, 2016 ]
Crutchfield recommended [ Terry Jul 06, 2016 ]
It fits my car [ John Jun 27, 2016 ]
free and needed [ steven Jun 25, 2016 ]
I needed it and you recommended it. [ Charles Jun 16, 2016 ]
So I didn't have to hardwire a new factory head unit into the amp on the car. You guys saved me a ton or time and effort thank you!! [ Tyler Jun 15, 2016 ]
It was needed for installation. [ Jonathan Jun 07, 2016 ]
Have Toyota highlander [ Harold May 08, 2016 ]
The Crutchfield website chose the Metra 70-8113 Receiver Wiring Harness to help in replacing the factory 2001 Toyota Sienna XLE JBL headunit with a Pioneer double-din. From what I can tell the male RCA plugs go into the radio, and the white harness snaps into the original Toyota radio connector. [ NamKhoa Apr 29, 2016 ]
needed for install [ matthew Apr 28, 2016 ]
Quality [ jorge Apr 19, 2016 ]
I wanted to keep using the stock amp [ Robert Apr 17, 2016 ]
Used a harness on my Honda and it was great. [ Daniel Apr 09, 2016 ]
Wanted my Dual receiver to work with my Toyota factory amp and subwoofer. [ MARK Apr 08, 2016 ]
Recommended by advisor for my receiver and vehicle. Use an advisor, they will recommend good things and make sure you get the right accessories so you don't have to stop and wait for a part. [ Andy Mar 28, 2016 ]
I hope this works on my 2000 4Runner with factory amp [ Spencer Mar 21, 2016 ]
My Toyota has a JBL system with built-in amp [ Jeffrey Feb 27, 2016 ]
Suggested by Tim Tim's Bio: http://www.crutchfield.com/Support/Bio.aspx?bio=136 [ Dario Feb 18, 2016 ]
Otis recommended Otis' Bio: http://www.crutchfield.com/Support/Bio.aspx?bio=212 [ Joseph P Feb 07, 2016 ]
it came with my purchase for free & will help retain the factory connections [ John Jan 25, 2016 ]
need it to install a radio in my 2002 toyota celica gts [ dakota Jan 15, 2016 ]
free [ BENJAMIN Dec 21, 2015 ]
To be able to choose at installation whether I wanted to bypass the existing car amplifier or not. [ James Dec 21, 2015 ]
Great features for the price! [ Gretchen Dec 18, 2015 ]
For details on fit or installation please contact an Advisor by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat. They will be able to pull up your vehicle and give you the details on if this will fit and what you will need for an installation in your vehicle. [ Krissy Jan 08, 2016 ] Staff
For details on fit or installation please contact an Advisor by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat. They will be able to pull up your vehicle and give you the details on if this will fit and what you will need for an installation in your vehicle. [ Kenny Jan 06, 2016 ] Staff
If you purchased the product from Crutchfield, feel free to contact our Tech Support team. They can walk you through the settings on the product and see if there may be a fix. Our toll-free Tech Support number is printed on your invoice, and is also available under the "My Orders" tab in the "My Account" section of our website. If you did not purchase the unit from Crutchfield, then you may want to contact the manufacturer. You can also post your question in our forums: http://community.crutchfield.com. Or try our online support center: http://crutchfield.custhelp.com/app/answers/list/kw/. [ Krissy Jan 31, 2014 ] Staff