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How do you install a aftermarket CD player in a 1984 Chevy Caprice Custom Wagon?

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2005-10-25 20:57:30
2005-10-25 20:57:30

It's pretty easy, but then again my dad told me how. Remove the ashtray from it's holder, you will then see a bolt that is holding the radio down. Remove the bolt and pull the radio out through the front, then disconnect the wires.

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