Fig. Fig. 1 Whenever working on the electrical system, disconnect the negative battery cable
Fig. Fig. 2 Pull the cable away far enough from the battery to avoid accidental contact
Fig. Fig. 3 Diagnostic terminals may be found on the driver's inner fender ...
Fig. Fig. 4 ... and in front of the heater blower motor. Special dealer only equipment attach to these terminals
The electrical system in your vehicle is designed to perform under reasonable operating conditions without interference between components. Before any additional electrical equipment is installed, it is recommended that you consult your dealer or a reputable repair facility that is familiar with the vehicle and its systems.
If the vehicle is equipped with mobile radio equipment and/or mobile telephone, it may have an effect upon the operation of any on-board computer control modules. Radio Frequency Interference (RFI) from the communications system can be picked up by the vehicle's wiring harnesses and conducted into the control module, giving it the wrong messages at the wrong time. Although well shielded against RFI, the computer should be further protected by taking the following measures:
Install the antenna as far as possible from the control module. For instance, if the module is located behind the center console area, then the antenna should be mounted at the rear of the vehicle.
Keep the antenna wiring a minimum of eight inches away from any wiring running to control modules and from the module itself. NEVER wind the antenna wire around any other wiring.
Mount the equipment as far from the control module as possible. Be very careful during installation not to drill through any wires or short a wire harness with a mounting screw.
Insure that the electrical feed wire(s) to the equipment are properly and tightly connected. Loose connectors can cause interference.
Make certain that the equipment is properly grounded to the vehicle. Poor grounding can damage expensive equipment.