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Easy Plug and Play Wiring Adapter. ... 2001 Oldsmobile Alero Car Radio Stereo Audio Wiring Diagram ... If you can't find your car audio wire diagram, car stereo wire diagram or car radio ... Right Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+): Dark Blue ... olds alero and I have replace the stock stereo and have found that the sound out put ...
It appears to be that the radio clock display has malfunctioned, and is due for a replacement radio, which could be an aftermarket or oem radio, maybe found at a junk yard.
Tools required for oem replacement radio, torx keys set.
Before working on the radio or other electronics, disconnect the battery cables with 8mm wrench.
Replacing the oem radio is much easier, if you obtain oem radio, compared to aftermarket radio, due to being direct fit.
The radio is same for 1995 to 1999 Pontiac Sunfire and the Chevy Cavalier, regardless of sub models, such as SE,GT, VL,VLX,Z24. etc.
Parts needed for the the aftermarket radio install :Stereo assembly, stereo wiring harness adapter, radio antenna adapter, and dash install kit.wiring diagram for the wire colors / functions, along with tools, such as torx key set, screwdrivers,wire crimper, wire stripper, double ended wiring connectors, hair dryer.
The oem stereo removal video is for the 2000 to 2005 Sunfire / Cavalier, but are the same or very similar procedures.
radio's do fail if the radio and nothing ells is wrong you can replace the radio. buttons stopping working on the radio is a good sign there is a problem with the radio and nothing ells is wrong with the wiring. it may have over heated some time ago and has been working on borrowed time from the other components in the radio. now working with the engine running is down to there is more volts running into the radio with the engine running . no engine running it will have a steady 12v around. but with engine running it would be around 14v or just under. would replace radio one from same year as yours or same radio code type. hope this helps you
Yes the radio can be removed and replaced.But for that dash has to be removed, then the radio slides out easily by just removing few screws and few wiring connections.Take care you just dont pull the radio forcibly, otherwise wires from other sides gets pulled out.--------
Click this link below and follow the procedure to remove the radio:--
This should help.Thanks.Helpmech.