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Luke S's 2002 GMC Sierra

The BMW

Items installed:

Installation Description

Everything was easy to install. I started with the CD player. I removed the dashboard and installed the CD player. Then I went to the door speakers and installed the left side then the right side. Then I put the amplifier in and wired that all up and then finally put in the subwoofer.

Q&A Section

Why did you decide to upgrade your A/V system?

To get a better sound quality and the ability to use my iPod.


What's the first thing you show people about your installation?

The CD player.


Why did you choose these products?

They were withing my budget and I got everything I wanted. Clear sound quality, slightly more bass, and the ability to use my iPod and any other MP3 player.


What was the most difficult part of the installation?

I cut my finger about half way through. Obviously being a slight set back. But I was able to continue a few minutes later.


What plans, if any, do you have for future upgrades?

I am currently saving up for a nice set of component speakers for the front drivers side and passenger doors.


stereo
The AWESOME CD player. I can use my iPod and change songs with the CD player itself. I can also use the 3.5MM jack in the front for any other MP3 player.
gear
The JL Audio subwoofer and Kenwood amp
truck
The truck it's all installed in
Me
Me in my buddy's truck when we went muddin'

Vehicles in the Customer Car Showroom are submitted by customers and fans, and edited by Crutchfield writing staff. You can find more of these articles on the Showroom main page.

  • Leland from Dallas

    Posted on 7/15/2023

    So the single DIN fits without modification? The factory radio looks large, so I'd been looking at double DIN, but now that I see I'd need a $159 new dash insert, the single DIN is looking at lot better.

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    Robert Ferency-Viars from Crutchfield

    on 7/17/2023

    Leland, yes a single-DIN stereo only needs a simple mounting kit ($15) to fill in the space. The double-DIN kit ($159) replaces the entire dash trim and it can be a pain to install (I did it once). And keep in mind the $50 discount you'd get on all the installation hardware if you order from Crutchfield.
  • Rand Compton from Fort Collins

    Posted on 4/24/2016

    Thanks for the information. Going to try and do something similar with my 1997 GMC K1500.

  • Toby Lane from GRAND BAY

    Posted on 3/9/2016

    awesome set-up!!!

  • Fix from Boston

    Posted on 2/16/2016

    Thanks, your comments helped.

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