If you have a Suzuki Jimny up to 2011 (or later) you probably noticed the very bad sound quality of the original sound system. The bad quality is not from the receiver/player but from the low-end Sanyo speakers included on the car and the absence of rear speakers. This tutorial will teach you how to install the rear speakers.
To preserve the original factory warranty this installation will not alter the electric cables, the car body or the holes for fixation.
The Suzuki Jinmny is a very robust and well built car for off-road purposes. If you have plans to go a little deeper than the standard factory wading depth limits you should consider this inexpensive modification to prevent water from getting inside the gear wheels.
The OEM Clarion Radio that comes with the Suzuki Jimny doesn't allow modern media inputs as most of the car radios. It comes only with a CD player and a AM/FM receiver. Replacing this unit with a convencional 1 or 2-din stereo is not that simple since the dash has an unusual round edges hole. Fortunately the manufacturer of the radio, Clarion, included a CD changer port called Cenet (anyone uses a CD changer nowadays?)