To remove a Kenwood car stereo, unplug the stereo and pop the plastic casing away from the control panel, then use stereo removal tools and a screwdriver to unclasp the stereo from the vehicle's dashboard before disconne... More »

The TOC error on a Kenwood car indicates that the unit is not reading the Table of Content and requires service. The stereo should be taken to a qualified Kenwood service facility for further inspection and resolution of... More »

Manuals for Kenwood car and home electronics products are available for download through two manual search tools on the Kenwood website. The manuals are located on the Owner’s Manual link under the Car Entertainment Supp... More »

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To install a car stereo, first unplug the vehicle's battery and remove the old stereo by sliding stereo removal tools into the appropriate slots on the radio. Attach the wiring to the adapter; if needed, use an output co... More »

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Wire a new car stereo using a wire harness, along with speaker wire if necessary. Disconnect the ground wire from the car battery before you start work. Wire the speakers first, and then wire the head unit. Connect the a... More »

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To reset a car's computer, disconnect the battery, clip the battery cables together, clean all of the battery terminals and connectors, reconnect the battery cables, and start the vehicle. This 45-minute procedure requir... More »

Tips for installing a car sound system include setting the vehicle's parking break and removing the grounding cables from the battery, using a wiring gauge chart to ensure the use of the proper tools and following the wi... More »

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