How to Wire a Truck Radio
Factory systems in most vehicles including trucks are relatively bare-bones. Although some offer MP3 playback jacks and multi-disc changers, overall system power and audio quality often disappoint. Should that be the case in your truck, replacing the stock head unit with a new in-dash receiver solves many of these issues, including offering expansion for adding amplifiers later on. Using readily available wire harness adapters and vehicle-specific dash kits, you'll find your new stereo looks as good as stock but performs much better.
How to See If Your Wireless Router Is Working
The wireless local access network access point for your home network broadcasts and receives signal in the 2.4-GHz band and the 5-GHz band, which is nearly always a router that combines the attributes of a switch, a local area network and a WLAN. The performance of your wireless router determines whether you can send and receive data packets to and from the Internet and your home network. Therefore it is vital that you understand how to check the performance of your router to determine if it is functioning properly.
How to Reset a Wireless Key
Wireless networks can be secured using the Wired Equivalent Privacy, Wi-Fi Protected Access or WPA2 protocols. WEP, WPA and WPA2 configurations require a password, or security key, to prevent unauthorized clients from logging in to the network. If you've noticed intruders on your network -- and therefore want to switch to a stronger password -- or if you've forgotten the security key for your wireless network, you can log on to the router itself to change the key.