Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Wiring

Wiring
My Pro Street is your number 1 online community for the latest in Tech Tips, DIY articles and tutorials. Our wiring guides are perfect when you are installing an aftermarket stereo, piggyback controller or car alarm. From car stereo amplifiers to speaker wiring and stereo power wiring and more, our guides are intended for the DIY enthusiast. Why spend money with a professional car stereo installer? Use My Pro Street's wiring guides to help you get the job done. If you are installing a navigation system, MP3 player or car stereo, our car audio wiring diagrams can give you the ultimate DIY guide. You'll never need another DIY guide for your car radio ever again when you turn to the pros at Pro Street.

Car Alarm Wiring

When you need help with your car alarm, door locks, or ignition wiring we can also help. Car alarm wiring to audio wire diagrams can give you the information you need to complete your project. You can also use our car alarm guides to install anti-theft equipment, from kill switches to GPS car tracking devices.

Piggyback Computers

Of course if you are installing an aftermarket computer or piggyback system, our guides can help you install and tune your vehicle. Adding more fuel or increasing your boost in the search for more horsepower? Use our variety of guides to learn what piggyback computer works best and how to install it into your performance vehicle. Need to upgrade or change your Engine Computer Unit? Want to install something into your Powertrain Control Module? Use our wire guides to get anything installed or tested in your ECU or engine computer. Subscribe to My Pro Street today to learn how to improve and modify your vehicle. Our guides are meant for informational purposes only. Any and all modifications and changes to your car wires or ECU are solely your responsibility.

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