Well the radio quit working completely and only fix was to pull battery cable for the car and let it sit for 5 or so minutes and then re-attach it. Then the radio would work the first time I used the car after that but not work again.
So I replaced it. I also took the opportunity to install a backup camera. The backup camera was one of the more complicated things I've had to setup so far, to be honest. When I ran wires for sub / amp, the car was stripped completely on the inside so it was way easier (up the middle console).
I ran the video cable for the backup camera through the trunk, under the seat, under the driver-side plastic molding, under the dash, to the head unit. I wired power and signal to the driver-side reverse light:
I got the wrong dash kit (for 95-2001) because I wasn't paying attention when I ordered it, so that is why there is a "gap" on the head unit. I will fix this soon, but for the time being, it works fine:
I really wanted an android head unit, but the wife is on me about spending and so I had to make-do with a non-android unit. But it works tons better than the one I had and it actually turns on, so that is a plus. Still have the issue where the lights have to be manually turned on, for it to stay on however. Still scratching my head on that one.
I don't have any more pics of the backup camera install, unfortunately. I was doing it by myself and was using my hands a lot so didn't have opportunity to get any decent pictures.