So as some of you know, I got a new car stereo. Fortunately, my dad offered to get me the aftermarket kit, as he is into that kind of thing, and wanted to help me out. Unfortunately, it seems he got the wrong kit. The casing fits perfectly, but the wiring is the wrong make. So I might have to buy a new kit. On top of that, I was informed that instead of a simple disconnect and connect job, I have to go through my car, take out the wiring from my old radio to my speakers, and replace it. Have I mentioned I have very little time on my hands, with the end of the semester, holidays coming up, and work?
As for college, I am doing better in Psychology, finally. Hoping to at least pass the class, or if I can get a B or higher. I find the topic interesting, yet I still can't grasp it, and I'm not the only one; 2 or 3 other classmates feel the same way. Other than that, nothing new.
P.S. For those curious, I got the Pioneer DEH-x6600bt stereo, and my car is a 2002 Mercury Sable GS. I'm writing the fun I have had so far in a spoiler, as it isn't really important anymore.
On Friday, my dad and I got the new stereo plugged in, and got everything working..but the sound. So we put the old stereo in since we couldn't get it figured out. The next day we tried again, and blew a fuse. I took it to my friend's, who fixed it, but told me I would need to get the right adapter to connect the cable containing my speaker/power cords, and he said it would be about 1-inches of wire connected to a plastic piece, and I connect the wires to the wires that came with my radio, and plug the adapter into the adapter on the cables plugged into my speakers. (I suck at explaining things, plus I know nothing about cars, so that might not be right, just how I understood it). Today, a guy at a stereo shop told me that I need to get the aftermarket wiring for my specific car, and I have to rewire my speakers in my car.