How do you remove a radio from a 2001 Honda Civic?
I found this on the web at:
http://www.tss-radio.com/images/HO-52-01.pdf You'll find pictures there. STEP 1. Start by removing the cigarette lighter panel. Insert a hook tool behind the top left corner of the panel and gently pull outward to release the retainer clip. Continue working the hook tool around the panel until all six (6) clips are released. Disconnect the wire harness to the lighter and set panel aside. Inside the panel opening, at the top, are two (2) 8mm hex-head screws that hold the bottom of the radio in place. Remove the screws. STEP 2. Remove the trim bezel that surrounds the radio / climate control module. Insert a hook tool behind the lower left corner of the bezel and pull firmly outward to release a retainer clip. NOTE: These clips hold more tightly than usual. Continue working the hook tool around the panel until all nine (9) clips are released. (See photo # 2. Clips are in the circled areas). Do not disconnect any wiring to the radio. Let the panel hangs downward.
How do you remove the passenger side door panel on your 2001 Honda Civic Ex to replace the side mirror?
You can either remove the Radio Fuse and let the car cool down and/or Battery for a while. You can get the Radio Code for free by calling America Honda 1-(800)-999-1009 You can also call dealer they have the codes in there computer they will walk you through it but they will most likely charge you a fee.
2001-2002 Honda civic radio removal Start by removing the cigarette lighter panel. Insert a hook tool behine the panel and pull outward to release the retainer clips. Inside the panel opening at the top are two 8mm.hex head bolts that hold the bottom of the radio inplace. Next remove the trim bezel around the radio/climate control module. Insert the hook tool under the bezel and pull firmly. Work all the way around the bezel to…
you need the special keys that slide down the side of the radio to unlock it from its casing, you can get them from halfords, there are many different type of keys so be sure you get the correct ones once you insert the keys into the radio it should slide out of its casing with a gentle tug, and you can then unclip the wiring loom and aerial