2004 Pontiac Grand Am Radio Wiring

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2004 Pontiac Grand Am Radio Wiring - taken from the grand prix luxury and trans am performance the pontiac grand am remains true to its name as a perfect balance of performance and luxury planting its roots in the international rally stage the midsize to pact auto has redefined its raciness with family oriented features for a waste of time and money purchased for my 04 cavalier and after several hours of not being able to figure out the problem i looked closer at the harness itself to find out that almost half of the wires don t even connect to anything in the car s stock harness view and download pontiac 2004 grand prix owner s manual online 2004 grand prix automobile pdf manual download the pontiac firebird is an american automobile built by pontiac from the 1967 to the 2002 model years designed as a muscle car to pete with the mercury cougar and dodge challenger it was introduced february 23 1967 the same model year as gm.
s chevrolet division platform sharing camaro this also coincided with the release of the 1967 mercury cougar ford s upscale platform sharing the pontiac g6 is a midsize car that was produced by general motors under the pontiac brand it was introduced in 2004 for the 2005 model year to replace the grand am the car was built on the gm epsilon platform which it shared with the chevrolet malibu and saab 9 3 along with other general motors vehicles features included a remote starting system standard on gt optional on base model get fast answers to your pontiac general questions from experts in the cargurus automotive munity patibility notes patible with all radios that have an ir remote operating range of 38 40 khz any radio that has an ir remote operating range outside of these parameters is not patible replace your radio not your features patibility notes the aftermarket radio must be equipped.
with a wired remote input 3 5mm headphone style jack or blue yellow wire to be patible ex a port or wire on the back of the radio labeled w r rem wired remote remote rem cont etc remove the bezel around your radio you can pry it loose with a large screwdriver or a sturdy dinner knife once you get it loose disconnect the cables that go to the two lights at the top of the bezel and the cigarette lighter socket

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