I have a 1995 contour and all I used was a pair of Ford radio removal clips. They look something like 2 inch horseshoes with small connectors on the end. They are inserted into the four holes in the radio to unlock it and then just pull it out. At first I talked the Ford dealer to unlock it, but ended up buying a set at an auto supply store. Mine have worked on the 95 Contour, 2002 F150 and 2005 Ranger. Each auto manufacturer has different unlocking devices.
Remove the 1994 be a week Century radio decorative cover. Remove the radio retaining screws. Pull the radio out. Remove the wiring harness and the antenna cable from the back of the radio. Reverse the process to install the new radio.
Remove the decorative cover to the radio. Remove the radio retaining screws. Pull the radio out and remove the wiring harness. Remove the radio antenna cable. Reverse the process to install the new radio.
Remove the radio retaining cover. Remove the radio retaining bolts. Remove the wiring harness and the antenna cable from the back of the radio. Reverse the process to install the new radio.
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Remove the radio retaining cover. Remove the radio retaining bolts. Remove the wiring harness and the cable antenna from the back of the radio. Reverse the process to install the new radio.
Remove the covers to your 1997 radio speakers. Remove the radio speaker retaining screws. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the radio speakers. Reverse the process to install your new radio speakers.
Remove the front cover of your 1979 Chevy Corvette radio. Remove the radio retaining screws. Slide the radio out. Remove the wiring harness and the antenna cable from the back of the radio. Reverse the process to install the new radio.
Remove the trim plate from the shifter. Remove the instrument/radio trim plate. Remove the right side console extension panel. Remove the heater duct. Reach behind the radio and remove the antenna lead. Remove the radio retaining screws. Pull the radio out and disconnect the electrical connectors. To install the CD player you will to buy an installation kit for a'89 Grand Am (it will have all the parts to mount the CD player and instructions how to install it)
with a crowbar
trying to install a new antenna cable, from outside the truck to the radio, how do i do this
you can't do it yourself you have to get help from a pro
To remove the cassette player from a 1994 Holden Apollo to install a CD player, the first step is to remove the knobs for the radio. They should just pull off. Then locate the screws holding the radio cover. This might require an Allen wrench. Remove the radio, unhook the antenna and speaker wires and then install the CD player.
I am not sure if this is the proper way, but I had to take the whole dash board out in order to get to the radio. Link to download PDF on Removal/Install Instructions: http://www.installdr.com/InstallDocs/Honda/CRV.html
I just did this to my radio. You must remove the radio for the dash. Open the radio to reveal the circuit board and solder new bulbs on the board. I found the bulbs at Radio shack online.
To change the radio in an Isuzu Amigo, first remove the bezel from around the radio. Then, release the side clips from the radio itself and pull it out of the dashboard. Remove the wiring from the back of the radio and add this to the new radio. Reverse the process to install the new radio.
Its on the floor board on the passenger side of the car. Just remove the plastic piece and there it is.
It is not necessary to remove the dash. Only necessary to remove enough of the trim pieces to get the radio out. If you look carefully you will see what needs to be removed.
Remove the old antenna. Attach the universal antenna to the radio and replace the radio after finishing the task. Install the new antenna. Test to ensure the wiring works.
Heres a write up on how to remove a radio in a tacoma 2005 -2013 http://freecarsupport.com/diy-write-ups/2012/9/17/how-remove-install-a-radio-in-a-2005-2013-toyota-tacoma
remove plastic trim piece from radio and air controlls, remove 4 screws to remove radio, install din to din and a half adapter(plastic piece picked up at any place selling car audio equipment) . wire adapter harness(adapter to plug new radio into vehicle w/o having to hard wire radio to vehicle, also purchased at audio store) to new radio harness plug radio in, verify connections, install radio into new din housing install plastic trim, enjoy.
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Pull knobs off for air and fan control. Remove 2 screws. Gently work cover off. To remove radio: remove 4 screws then pull radio straight out. Unclip radio wiring harness and antenna wire.
look on top of the radio there is a tray. grab the top of the tray and pull out there are clips that hold it together then just let it hang from the wires you will see the radio on brackets then just remove the 4 bolts from the bracket and pull the radio out dont forget to remove the conncetions on the back. once you remove the radio there are 4 screws on each side of the radio that is holding the radio to the bracket. remove those to remove radio from bracket. dont lose those screws your going to need them to install on new radio. any more questions e-mail email@example.com
Yes you can install this CD changer into a 2003 Silverado. It shouldn't be too hard to remove the standard radio and replace it with this.