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Default Hooking up factory car cd player in home

I'm trying to hook up my factory car player in my house to some speakers using a psu. I've seen it done on youtube but i can't seem to find the video. I'm just wondering how this would work. Thanks
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You'll have to find out the wiring diagram for your factory radio. You'll also have to find a way to plug wires into those pins where the harness used to be. After that, all you need is a 12 volt power supply.

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You'll have to find out the wiring diagram for your factory radio. You'll also have to find a way to plug wires into those pins where the harness used to be. After that, all you need is a 12 volt power supply.

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Yeah that's the problem I am having. Idk where to wire them at or how to get the PSU and cd player connected. It would be a lot easier if it was an aftermarket stereo but that's in my car lol.
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Yeah that's the problem I am having. Idk where to wire them at or how to get the PSU and cd player connected. It would be a lot easier if it was an aftermarket stereo but that's in my car lol.
You'll have to figure that one on your own. I'm limited to internet access (phone). It's more trouble than It's worth.

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chop of harness.

Get a wiring guide for your car via internet.

Hook up power and grounds. If pcu for a crazy reason does not have a ground hook it to the ground loop on an outlet in your house.

Actually simple

Make sure to cut wires long in case you ever need to hook factory unit back up.

If your going to do it, go all out. Get a big vertical battery charger and hook it up in your basement. You get subs,amps,speakers,and headunit.
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chop of harness.

Get a wiring guide for your car via internet.

Hook up power and grounds. If pcu for a crazy reason does not have a ground hook it to the ground loop on an outlet in your house.

Actually simple

Make sure to cut wires long in case you ever need to hook factory unit back up.

If your going to do it, go all out. Get a big vertical battery charger and hook it up in your basement. You get subs,amps,speakers,and headunit.
This is a factory cd player so there is no harness unless it's inside it and I have to take the back apart. I'm not really sure...
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Ebay a factory harness for your car then. The male harness should fit into the back of cd player. I bought one for a honda was 4.95
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Pizza guy, I'm not sure if that would work? Or I don't understand you correctly...

You just hook your 12v car battery up to a battery charger and use that?
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Don't even need to use a battery just plug in the charger to your wall and turn it on. Hook the wires from the back of the cd player from harness that u need to buy to the charger.

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I used a 12v power source. If wanting to use a amp n subs also make sure you get a decent supply of juice to properly run a CD player and amp off it. My dad used them all the time to test/run cb's from inside the house.

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