So tHe first thing i did was upgrade my deck, it sounded much better even with my stock speakers. Subhash Kumar answered 4 years ago Dear friends I have corolla 2007 it is having audio problem It runs for a day or two when the next day I try to switch on it doesn't then when I remove the plug behind the audio player again it runs for a day Again it will go off I went to mechanic but he told to replace the system can anybody sugesst me the right solution My mail : chsubhash yahoo. If someone has this issue but found a different fix, please let me know. The pins could bind again over time as they did at first. In the images below, the black bezel has not been taken from the radio. Reassemble the front panel to the radio assembly.
Interesting, can I ask why? Swapping out the stereo in the Toyota Corolla takes basic tools and less than an hour. So the next day I upgraded my speakers and trashed my stock ones. All the instructions are in this post is very interesting and We eager to know more about on this excellent information of upgrading car video. There is a spare 15 Amp fuse in the fuse box under the hood easy to get to, see the diagrams in the owner's manual. Connect the wires from the plug that came with the new radio to the wiring harness adapter that you purchased separately.
It starts as soon as the engine is cranked and the intensity of the sound seems to increase when I accelerate. I had put my winter tires in the trunk to have my mechanic put them on. Make sure that you mark which one goes to the left of the radio and which one to the right. Not enough heat to solder properly. When you get some more money, sound deaden the doors with a few layers inner and outer skin of mat product Dynamat, Raamat, eDead, etc. Remove these and hold onto them because you will need them later on and then slide the radio out. Got in my car today and the radio powered on, but no sound other than a couple of static blips as I drove down the road.
Can you guys please recommend me? Maybe an hour at the most. Then after all that was done, I cleaned up my install and mounted my amp to the back of my backseat under the carpet with all the wires under. Yours may not be that easy. For your budget, you can probably get away with a set of Alpine Type - E maybe or some low end Infinity's. Get the wiring harness that you had prepared and plug the white ends of the harness into the wiring harness that you had removed from the back of the old factory radio and that is still poking out where you had left it. They are both in perfect condition.
Only the display and controls are not working properly, which isolates the problem to the connector shown in the picture. Yo i got a 95 corolla, got a head unit and 2-6. If you are running or going to post a giveaway, please contact the mod team to see if it is appropriate first. Looked in trunk and found problem. The radio fit after removing some ductwork which does alter airflow 5 I bought a battery powered Weller soldering iron for the job - it sucks. Plug in the radio assembly and test prior to assembling the screws and tabbed parts. I wasnt planning on getting a sub cause i didnt want to get into the crazy sub, amp, kit setup but trust me, you will miss the bass.
The rear defrost button seems to bring the idle back up to normal. My advice, pay the bit extra for a pioneer or a deck with more features cause eventually you will want to tinker with your sound. Also the battery alert light went off. Cover the exposed wire with electricians tape or heat seal tape. You can upgrade your stereo technology with relatively little hassle. Ivan answered 2 years ago Well my friends 2013 Toyota Corolla S stereo has no sound. I noticed blue tooth disturbance especially when I went over bumps in the road and poor telephone clarity.
If you amp aftermarket speakers with a head unit, don't be surprised when it doesn't sound all that great. I'll check the speakers in the trunk, but if they are jostled about, it's not because of clutter in the trunk. I covered the deck Both Sides in Automotive Charcoal coloured carpet. Then I found a post that suggested looking in the trunk and found that one of the plastic terminals for the wires on the rear speaker had broken off. So I bought an identical used replacement radio on ebay, still not working and the same problem.
DavidEggleston answered 2 years ago I have a Toyota Corolla 2005 with the error 3 code showing up, after pulling the fuse for the radio under the driver side dash the code is no more but I still do not get any sound. Even a cheap low-power rating seperate amp will sound far better than a head unit. These speakers have no protection, the little plastic element where the speaker wire go are in plain site. I gave the terminals a wiggle and found that one of the exposed heavily soldered terminals had become bent and shorted out on the terminal next to it. The plugs can be removed by squeezing a release tab on the plug and then gently pulling them apart. The main source of entertainment for most drivers is their music.
Your going to have to get on your back with a flashlight and open up the fuse box under the dash by the steering wheel. I wouldn't go with a sub first for someone wanting just a bit more bass to start off with, as that can be too much, along with the trunk space given up. This will likely consist of having to pry away a plastic cover panel on the front of the radio and take out two screws. I bought this radio to put in my wife's 1997 Corolla and ran into a few issues. Please help, music is life for me Rajesh answered 6 months ago I have 2009 Toyota Corolla, all of sudden the front speaker both L-R side stopped working. If so, what was the culprit? Let me say one thing. You have to slightly pull down the panel where the 2 screws attach to the bottom of the bezel.