Step 1: Determine the Wiring of the Radio and Power Supply.
once you've found the yellow you want to use, prepare it by cutting the clip off of the end and stripping a yellow(12v) and black(-).
now in order to make the power supply work when plugged in you must locate the green wire as shown above, and connect it to a ground (strictly to complete the circuit.). this is an ignition wire and is necessary for the device to run.
your radio will also have a ignition wire as well as a power wire, (my ignition was red) the power should be yellow always. I just linked both into the yellow previously stripped on the power supply. As well as connect the grounds (black wire) from the radio and the power supply to each other.
Step 2: Configuring Speaker Locations and Wiring.
THE ONLY REASON THIS SHOULD BE DIFFICULT IS BECAUSE OF COLOR BLINDNESS AND UNABLE TO MATCH THE COLORS. OTHER THAN THAT IT IS REALLY SIMPLY PLUG AND PLAY.
Step 3: Cutting Holes for the Speakers + Radio + Plug.
I cut the hole for the radio kind of small so it wouldn't move at all and simply held itself in.
the power supply only required minimal cutting and was only for the hole plug and the fan. (the radio was secure enough in the hole so I felt no need to reinforce it however the power supply was just kind of sitting there so I took 2 screws out of the fan and drilled holes where they would be and screwed it through the toolbox wall, worked nicely)
Step 4: Plug in and Jam Out
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