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Car Stereo Installation Parts

We take pride in the huge selection of installation kits, harnesses, and interfaces we carry. We offer multiple options for most vehicles, so you can choose the package that works for you.
Car Stereo Installation Parts

Find what Fits your car

Steering Wheel Audio Control Adapters
Steering wheel audio control adapters

These adapters allow you to use your vehicle's steering wheel audio controls to run your new aftermarket stereo.Go to products
Auxiliary Input Adapters
Auxiliary input adapters

Auxiliary input adapters allow you to add an iPod® or other outboard sound source to your car stereo.Go to products
Factory System Adapters
Factory system adapters

Use these adapters to install a new stereo in vehicles with amplified systems, safety features, or unusual dashboards. Go to products
Dash Kits
Dash kits

Vehicle-specific mounting kits allow you to install a DIN (2" tall) or double-DIN (4" tall) aftermarket stereo in your dash.Go to products
Wiring Harnesses
Wiring harnesses

Splice the color-coded Crutchfield harness to the wires from your new car stereo, then connect to your factory radio's plug.Go to products
Universal Mounting Kits
Universal mounting kits

Here you'll find parts that'll help you custom-install a new stereo in a car with an unusual or unusable dash opening.Go to products
Car Antennas and Adapters
Car antennas and adapters

Here you'll find antennas and their accessories, along with the adapters you'll need to connect a new car stereo in some vehicles.Go to products
Remote Controls
Remote controls

Wireless and wired remotes offer convenient control over your aftermarket car stereo.Go to products
Wire Connectors
Wire connectors

Here you'll find the connectors, heat shrink tubing, and other items that you'll need to install your new car stereo.Go to products
Sound Deadening
Sound deadening

Sound deadening materials on your car's body panels can improve performance, minimize rattles, and reduce road noise.Go to products
Other Car Stereo Accessories
Other car stereo accessories

Here you'll find test CDs, face cases, microphones, FM modulators, and other problem solvers.Go to products
Tools
Tools

Here you'll find the tools that'll come in handy for your next car stereo installation.Go to products
iPhone Adapters for Aftermarket Radios
iPhone adapters for aftermarket radios

These adapters connect an iPod or smartphone to your aftermarket stereo, giving you music playback and control.Go to products
Maestro Replacement Parts
Maestro replacement parts

Here you'll find replacement parts for iDatalink Maestro factory system adapters.Go to products
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Shopping for Car Stereo Installation Parts

When installing a new car stereo, you'll need some basic installation gear. You can also add new features, or retain existing ones, with the help of some other accessories.

The easiest way for you to shop for these items is to tell us about your vehicle. Then, when you purchase a car stereo, we'll tell you on the way to the Cart which adapters and kits you absolutely need to install a new receiver. We'll also show you some optional things to consider.

Dash kits, wiring harnesses, and antenna adapters are the basic installation accessories that you need to install a new car stereo. Don't stress over these things. When you tell us what you drive, we'll do the work for you and show you the right gear for your car.

Factory system adapters

The radios in many of today's vehicles are tied into the car's electronics and computer systems, or have a factory installed amplifier with complex wiring. These factory system adapters make it possible to install a new stereo and keep all of the other electronic functions working. And once again, once we know what you drive, we'll let you know if you need one these adapters.

Steering wheel audio control adapters

Your car probably has audio controls on the steering wheel. Steering wheel control adapters let you continue using those controls when you install a new car stereo. Once you tell us about your car and choose the stereo you want, our website will tell you which of these adapters will work for you.

Car audio wiring services

When installing a new stereo, you have to connect the stereo's wires by soldering or crimping to an installation adapter harness, which then plugs into your car's wiring connector. With our Crutchfield ReadyHarness™ service, our installation professionals will connect the wires from your new stereo to the adapter harness for you. You'll usually still have to connect a wire or two, but we'll do everything we can without actually having your car on hand.

Universal mounting kits

Here you'll find parts that'll help you custom-install a new stereo in a car with an unusual or unusable dash opening.

Car antennas

We carry a selection of replacement radio antennas for many vehicles.

Auxiliary cables, aux input adapters, iPhone adapters, and other accessories

These categories feature a variety of adapter cables available for your stereo. Some are specific to factory radios, others are options for aftermarket stereos. Check out the different categories if you need something specific. Of course, if you tell us what you drive, we can quickly narrow down the options to make shopping easier.

Wire connectors and tools

In these categories, you'll find a lot of handy items that belong in almost any toolbox. Wire strippers, panel removal tools, crimp caps, Posi-Products wire connectors, and more. If you're already shopping for something, be sure to check out these products before you leave. If you're a gearhead like us, we promise you'll find something that you "need."

Sound deadening

The roar of the engine, wind noise, tires on pavement — all of that adds up to what we call "road noise." It masks the details in your music when you're driving down the road. That's why we all turn up the radio once we get on the highway. Sound deadening materials attach to your car's body panels and help reduce vibration and external noise so that you can hear your music better.

Remote controls

Remote controls for new stereos aren't as common as they used to be, but we still carry a bunch of them anyway. Just in case.