You’re uninterested in listening to cassettes and only being able to listent to the radio, while your smartphone is filled with your favourite tracks but you don’t have a 3.5mm or usb port on your car radio, so you can’t enjoy your car travels to the fullest… That’s specifically why we’ve made this content to help you, because right now you’re going to learn about how to install a car radio on your Hyundai Bayon. To achieve this, first of all we will see how to remove the old car radio, then how to install a car radio on Hyundai Bayon and at last, how to connect it.


How to install car radio on Hyundai Bayon: Removing the old car stereo

Before we begin the serious business of how to install a car stereo on your Hyundai Bayon, there is one imperative step, take off the audio set you currently have on your car. There are two scenarios, either you have an original headunit, or you have an universal set. Before you start dismantling, always remember to remove the negative wire from the battery to avoid any risk of short-circuit or electrocution. Once this is conducted, here are the two methods depending on the stereo that equips your Hyundai Bayon:

  • Original car radio:
    In cases like this, you’ll have to be persistent, generally, the simple usage of extracting clamps in the 4 holes in the corners of the car radio should be enough to remove it. But on some specific models of specific years, this operation will not be enough to remove the old car radio from your Hyundai Bayon. In actual fact, you will need to remove certain auto parts of the centre console to access the car radio itself. To get this done, you will need to use a screwdriver to remove the plastic covers that are in the way. Once you have access to the station, remember to disconnect all the connections.
  • Aftermarket radio :
    In this circumstance the method is easier, you will just have to use the extracting clamps and press on the 4 corners of your station to make it come out of its place. Once this step is conducted, remember to unplug it and remove the metal frame that supports it in the notch of the center console. That’s it, you’ve completed dismantling your old car radio, all you have to do is install the new one!

How to install car radio on your Hyundai Bayon: Fitting and connecting the car radio

Let’s go to the most important section for you, how to install a car stereo on your Hyundai Bayon. Beforehand, take the time to check the suitability of your car and your headunit, and to read the installation information, which may give you specific instructions.
Here are the various actions required in installing an aftermarket car radio. First of all, put in place the metal frame supplied with your new car radio, this frame has the job of holding your car radio in place on your Hyundai Bayon, once positioned, remember to press the locking tabs on each side of the frame. Once this step has been finished, you will need to connect the three plugs of your car radio, two ISO connectors for power supply and sound transfer to the speakers of your Hyundai Bayon, then the radio antenna socket. For the latter, on some models you may need an adapter to transform it from male to female to be able to adapt it to the socket of your new radio. Finally, all you have to do is push your car radio into the metal frame, snap it into place, and position the plastic or metal frame supplied with it on its contour. That’s it, you’ve just learned how to install a car radio on Hyundai Bayon, remember to check that the radio is switched on, that the sound is working and that you’re picking up the radio and you’re ready to enjoy your new car radio. If you have other concerns, or want to learn more about your car, don’t think twice to visit our page dedicated to it.

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