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How do you remove a radio in a 1992 Subaru Legacy?

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2011-09-13 06:15:14
2011-09-13 06:15:14

How do you remove factory radio in a 1992 Subaru Legacy?"

I just finished replacing my wifes stereo and it's a pain!

First you have to remove the center console from the front section.

-use a screwdriver to release the snap cover then remove screws holding down the rear of the cover.

on the front SIDES pry the 2 screw cover plates off and remove screws (1 on each side)

now remove front cover.

Next remove ashtray and slide.

-slide ashtray out of the slide then remove the 2 screws holding up the outer edge (you need a stubby Phillips for this) they are located on the bottom of the plate. loosen but DON'T remove the screw in the back (I still haven't got mine back in yet!!)

now lift on the back and the slotted hole in the back will slide free, let it lay where it is.

-Next slide out the cup holder and remove the 2 screws 1 on each side. now pull off the cover ring. now remove the 6 screws holding the stereo mounting bracket in place.(4 on the outside, 2 hidden on the sides IN THE HOLES!

Slide out the stereo mount and unplug the antenna, speaker and power connecters.

I will write up the wiring connections later. Any questions email me at Blackhelm36@AOL.com with "SUBARU STEREO" in the subject line. GOOD LUCK, Andy

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