The Midland 10001Z Citizen’s Band radio is a 4-watt, 2 way radio designed to be mounted in cars or trucks. The radio features a digital display, 40 channels and a compact design that limits the amount of space it takes up in your vehicle. CB radios such as the Midland 1001Z are built to be installed by the end-user, so you should not encounter any particular difficulties in installing the radio in your vehicle.
1 Hold the included mounting bracket against the bottom of dash or other mounting location that you’ve picked for the radio. With a pencil, mark the location of where the mounting holes on the bracket line up with the dash.
2 Drill a 1/8-inch hole at each pencil mark. Place the bracket and attach it to the dash with the sheet metal screws included with the radio.
3 Crimp a fuse tap onto the end of the red wire attached to the radio. Insert the fuse tap into an open slot on the fuse box of your vehicle. Drill a small hole in the metal chassis of your vehicle. Screw the tab on the end of the black wire onto the chassis with the included screw.
4 Plug the end of your antenna cable into the antenna jack on the back of the radio.
5 Slide the radio into the bracket you mounted. The radio is now ready for use.