Someone removed the really high-quality original system to put one in that would destroy their hearing. I refuse to work on ridiculous sound blasters, and I don't have the money to spend on expensive aftermarket radio service manuals that I might only use once. I stick with original equipment, and Chrysler products are my specialty. If you want to put the system back the way it was, I can help with that.
In particular. '93 - '95 Jeeps use different mounting ears for their radios. The Infinity radios came with a cassette player or a cd player built in. As I recall, they never had both. Some people cut the mounting ears off to install the cd / cassette combo radios which were made by Mitsubishi and are REAL high quality. The cd-only radios were built by Alpine.
Any Chrysler radio will run speakers directly, AND they will work with a factory amp. With GM and Ford radios, if they use an amp, they need an amp. Chrysler amps do not increase volume or power. They only change the tone for the shape of the vehicle. An Infinity model puts out much less bass, then it is made up in the amp. If you use a non-Infinity radio, it is exactly the same inside except you'll have too much bass. Likewise, if you use an Infinity radio without the amp, you won't have very much bass.
Saturday, March 2nd, 2013 AT 11:39 PM