An easy installation guide for a 2006-2012 Mitsubishi OUTLANDER radio with USB SD 3G WiFi Steering Wheel Control HD 1080P Video

When talking about replacing the car radio, you may have some problems on the installation. To solve those problems, you can read this article carefully, which mainly introduce a step-by-step installation guide on a 2006-2012 Mitsubishi OUTLANDER radio from Seicane. With the same dashboard, you can follow these steps to remove your old factory radio and install your new one in your car.

Mitsubishi OUTLANDER radio after installation

Mitsubishi OUTLANDER radio after installation

 

Precautions for this installation:

1.Before you start up any work, park your car well and unplug the negative power cable to avoid any danger.

2.Please make sure that all fastened wires are isolated with electrical tape.

3.Please make sure the ignition is off to avoid short circuit.

 

 

2006-2012 Mitsubishi OUTLANDER radio installation guide

1·Remove the original console panel with a plastic knife, pry gently along the gap and pick up the panel. Then set it aside.

1. Remove the original console panel with a plastic knife

1. Remove the original console panel with a plastic knife

 

2·Remove the four screws that fixed the radio on the dashboard. Remove these screws will not be a difficult job.

2. Remove the four screws that fixed the radio on the dashboard

2. Remove the four screws that fixed the radio on the dashboard

 

3·Pull the factory radio out of the dash. Pull it with medium force, as the wires are connected to the radio.

3. Pull the factory radio out of the dash

3. Pull the factory radio out of the dash

 

4·Unplug the connectors.

4. Unplug the connectors

4. Unplug the connectors

 

5·Remove the brackets on both sides of the factory radio. So far the removal of the factory radio is completed. Next steps will move to the installation of the Seicane radio.

5. Remove the brackets on both sides of the factory radio

5. Remove the brackets on both sides of the factory radio

 

6·Install the brackets on both sides of the Seicane radio.

 

7·Dock the connectors of the original vehicle and the upgraded car audio.

7. Dock the connectors of the original vehicle and the upgraded car audio

7. Dock the connectors of the original vehicle and the upgraded car audio

 

8·Insert the wires to the appropriate location of the upgraded head radio. If you are not sure about how to wire correctly, you may refer to the wiring diagram for details.

 

9·Fix the Seicane radio with the four screws.

9. Fix the Seicane radio with the four screws

9. Fix the Seicane radio with the four screws

 

10·Firm the console panel. Finally the new Seicane radio is installed and a comprehensive test should be conducted on the new radio.

10. Firm the console panel

10. Firm the console panel

 

Can you install this new 2006-2012 Mitsubishi OUTLANDER radio in your car on your own with the help of the this installation guide? If not, you’d better ask a professional for help. If you don’t have an ideal radio for your car, it’s wise of you to install this amazing 2006-2012 Mitsubishi OUTLANDER radio from Seicane, please click:

 

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This all-in-one Mitsubishi OUTLANDER radio comes with a bluetooth interface for you wirelessly pair with your mobile phone to have hands-free calls and stream audio. With the turn-by-turn direction and voice prompts provided by the GPS navigation system, you won’t have any trouble in finding your way no matter you are travelling around the country or finding a nearby gas station.

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