Car stereo fit varies depending on the model, make and year of the vehicle. To check for specific vehicle fit, individuals can use online resources such as Crutchfield.com and Al-Eds.com.
Al-Eds.com is an online automobile parts and accessories vendor selling products such as car stereos, GPS navigation, lighting and wheels. An individual can search for a particular car model's stereo by entering his car's make, model, year, body type and trim level. The website then displays the vehicle's specifications and a list of car audio categories. Clicking a category shows the product models that are compatible with the vehicle.
Crutchfield sells mostly car audio products and claims to have the world's largest audio database with over 17,000 entries. To search for specific car stereos, an individual must input the car's model, make and year. The results page shows matching product results for various automobile audio parts, including the car stereo and speakers.
Car audio installation companies can provide guidance in replacing a car's stereo system. Individuals can receive price quotes for parts and labor, warranties and information about replacing a stereo. Replacing the stereo of a new vehicle can sometimes void the warranty. Car installation businesses are usually advertised online or in the local phone book.