Tag: stereo

C5 Factory Stereo Removal

Tools required- torx drivers (#15) metric sockets & driver (7, 10 mm) phillips screwdriver 1) remove the center console cover by removing the 4 phillips screws that attach it to its hinge 2) remove the plastic covers at the back of the console area to expose the nuts securing the back part of the console […] More »

  Comments | By - April 21, 2010

Space-Saving 6×9 Rear Speaker Boxes for ’78-’82 Corvette

Here is my version of the rear speaker boxes that Justin78-L-82 posted. I modified the way they mount to the car since I didn\’t previously have rear speakers, and didn\’t have the mounting hardware that came with them. The full plan with pictures and measurements is at: http://members.cox.net/~mfouchi/vette/speakers/boxplans.htm

  Comments | By - April 21, 2010

How to Build a Speaker Enclosure for Your C3

I suggest measuring the \”trunk space\” prior to construction to verif fit, variances may be present amongst our hand built treasures. Their are two crusial dimentions. First, is the depth of the unit. It fits tightly behind the wheel well humps while allowing for use of luggage strap loops if they are to remain. Second […] More »

  Comments | By - April 21, 2010

How to Install Factory CD Changer if 3 Wire Plug is Missing

T his information came from Alan Barbic (California Quicksilver) I also went through the same frustration in the \”great search\” for the elusive three wired connector. You are not delusional.. It was not in my 98 vert either. I went over the wiring diagrams in the factory service manuals and was able to establish the […] More »

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Popping Buzzing Bose System Even When the Radio is Off

You will benefit from this tech tip if: 1. Your Bose system does a loud �POP� when you power it off, or � 2. Your Bose system continues to �BUZZ� even when you power it off, or� 3. Your Bose system �BUZZ� now becomes a loud and constant �HISS� even when the system is powered […] More »

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