Each radio model will have unique car radio connectors. Usually the connectors are color coded. That means the new stereo that you want to attach to the car will have the same colored wires at its back and the same colored connectors will be present in the car sleeve.
Start by finding the right radio installation kit and wiring harness for your car radio. A few foreign cars require a radio mounting kit and an antenna adapter. Check with the car manual before starting out and read about the parts that are included in the kit to ensure that you have everything. Open the installation kit and read the instructions that are listed. Open the car dash kit and then remove it carefully. Your car manual and the installation kit both will have detailed instructions on how to perform the installation. Verify the car stereo connectors present at the back of the factory radio. Just connect up the color coded wires correctly to get the job done. Here is a simple list of the connectors that you will find in all cars:
It’s not a good idea to connect a car radio if you don’t have wiring knowledge. If you’ve purchased a premium car radio or if you get confused at any time, get in touch with a professional.