I just replaced the stereo in my '02 wagon and it wasn't as easy as I would have liked. Assuming you're familiar with replacing stereos in general, here's how to get to it: 1. Carefully pop the trim piece off that's around the gear shift. You don't want to break the plastic or tear the shift surround, but it comes off pretty easily. 2. Open arm rest and remove two screws in the front of the storage compartment and two up near the shifter, then lift that whole center console (not the armrest) out. You may have to do some strange manipulations to get it out around the shifter surround. 3. Now for the fun. Remove the ashtray and there are two screws holding it in. You can't see them very easily, but if you feel around you can find them. Take these out and you should be able to remove the mounting bracket for the ashtray. 4. Now you should be able to pry off the trim around the stereo/ashtray/storage bins. If you have trouble, be on the lookout for hidden screws, but I think this is all you have to take out. 5. With the trim off, you'll see two screws on either side of the cage that holds the stereo and storage bins, plus two underneath. Remove these and the whole thing will come out. Mine was stuck in a little, but was easily persuaded out. It may be easier to work if you unhook the power clip on the back of the cigarette lighter, then let the trim piece hang off to the passenger side. 6. AT this point you can unhook the antenna (on the left, rear of the stereo) and the wiring harness (on the right, rear). 7. REmove the four screws that hold the stereo in and it should slide right out of the cage. I am describing this all from memory, so take care to make sure you remove all screws so that you don't break any trim pieces. Good luck.
Remove the retaining cover from your factory stereo. Remove the factory stereo retaining bolts. Slide the factory stereo out. Remove the wiring harness and the antenna cable from the back of the factory stereo.
Remove the 2002 Dodge Durango factory stereo decorative cover. Remove the factory stereo retaining screws. Pull the factory stereo out. Remove the wiring harness and the antenna cable from the back of the stereo.
Here is a step by step tutorial for a 2004 Forester.Just copy the link below.http://www.computerizedmachining.com/remove-stereo-2004-Subaru-Forester.htmlThat site will help anyone remove the factory stereo from a 2004 Subaru Forester. This site has Photos and written instructions to make sure you can get the job done right. This site also has NO ADs, No Registration required.
How to remove factory stereo from 2001 honda civic?
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To remove the factory stereo on 1996 dodge ram 1500 you need to pop the hood on the Ram and remove the ashtray. Slide the stereo out of the dash and unplug the cables from the back of the stereo.
Remove the decorative stereo retaining cover. Remove the stereo retaining screws. Slide the stereo out and remove the wiring harness and the antenna cable.
try web site www.graphics.cornell.edu/~v/bcstereo/
there is definitley a 1997 model forester - i have one myself!!! im about to rembove my stereo aswell so if i find anything out il let you know..... do you know the factory speaker sizes by any chance?
Cd changer to factory stereo SubaruThey have unit at circuit city ect that you tune your FM radio to a certain frequency and play changer through stock head unit.You have a corded remote to run the unit I personally like these type units myself the prices are very reasonable look at walmart as well
Follow the link below. Its a step by step on how to do this.
You need to remove the wiring harness of the stereo and pull it out. It is fairly easy to replace this with something more advanced.
you have to remove the front console. take out the ash trey. and remove all the screws around the trim of the area of the stereo and then slid the stereo out and un hook all connections. if you get a new stereo it should have more detailed instructions
use your hands Xd
go to0 a stereo shop and buy one and have it installed go to0 a stereo shop and buy one and have it installed
put the parking brake in, then put the truck in 1st gear pop the dash cover off and then remove bolts from stereo.
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you must first detatch all wires
To remove the factory radio from a 1986 Jaguar XJS, remove all climate control knobs from the dashboard and remove the rings that surround the climate control knobs. Pull away the plastic that surrounds the stereo head unit and unscrew the four screws on either side of the stereo head.
To remove a stock stereo, you will first need to remove the bezel from the stereo. Then, pull the stereo out of the dashboard and remove the wiring harness.
TAke off the panel that surrongs the stereo - then you'll see 4 bolts/screws holding the stereo once these are removed stereo slides out easily.
No you don't have to remove the dash, there are four little holes on the face of the factory stereo which require a removal tool this tool can be purchased at the Ford dealer for a resonable price, after you insert the tools (one on each side) than you will be able to pull the stereo out.