I think your '98 is like my '96. If so, here's what you do.
IF you have an auto transmission, set the parking brake or block the wheels. If you have a manual transmission, put it in 2nd or 4th gear. (this will become clearer later)
Gather a couple of screwdrivers and have a seat in the passenger side of the car.
Open the glove box. There is a little stop which keeps the glove box door from dropping
all the way to the floor. Locate that and bend it slightly so the door WILL drop to the floor.
With the door all the way down, you should be able to see a couple of screws that hold the molding around the radio to the dash. Remove these screws so you can pull that molding away and off. Here's where the transmission procedure above comes into play. With the car in PARK or in 1st or 3rd gear, the molding will most likely hit the shifter, making it difficult to remove. Having the shifter out of the way is a good thing.
Now, you should be able to see 4 (I think) screws that hold the radio to the dash. Remove these screws.
You should be able to pull the radio straight out toward the rear of the car. Don't pull too far or too fast though. There are two electrical connectors that need to be unplugged. Take care here, as there are locking tabs on the connectors which are easily broken. You'll also have to unplug the antenna.
Once everything is unplugged, the radio should just fall out into your waiting hands. As you might imagine, installation is just the reverse.
NOTE: pay attention to the anti theft feature of the radio. If you don't know your pass code, you might not be able to get the radio (or a replacement) working without a trip to your GM dealership. OR, you can snoop around on Ebay. There are sellers there, who will sell you the information on how to work around the pass code. It's worth the $5 or $10 they ask, to get the radio working again.
Begin by removing the radio cover in your 2003 Pontiac. Remove the radio retaining screws. Slide the radio out. Remove the wiring harness and the antenna cable from the back of the radio.
how do you remove the radio from the 1998 740il. I am trying to repair the cup holder.
# Disable the airbag system # Remove the accessory trim plate # Remove the radio retaining screws # Pull out the radio and disconnect the electrical connections and antenna lead # Remove the radio from the car
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No. just remove the plastic piece around the radio. It pops off.
Don't know, would like to know.
Get a shop manual from the parts store or AUTOBOOKSONLINE.COM
* Remove the front bumper fascia * Unplug the horn electrical connector and remove the bracket bolt
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brake drums should pull off if not rusted on.
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Pull the black trim that goes around the radio, it just pops out..... once you get that off, then there is a couple of screws on each side of the radio (on the bracket), remove those, and just pull the radio (with brackets attached) out, then remove the brackets from either side of the radio.
It depends on what engine you have. On some you have to remove the housing on the top of the engine which contains the coils etc.
pull the trim plate off and unbolt or unscrew the bracket for the radio slide it out and unplug it
Factory stereos in a 1998 Hyundai is held in place by a mounting bracket found inside the center console. Remove the center console to reach the mounting bracket. Loosen the mounting screws and pull the radio forward. Pull the radio harness from the cabin wire harness and remove the radio.
you will see two holes in each side of the radio, insert standard radio pins in here and the radio will pull out
To the best of my knowledge, this is no carburetor on any Sunfire. I believe that they were all fuel injected.
pull the cover plate off by hand,then remove the bolts then the radio will pull right out.
The radio on your 2000 Sunfire is probably reading "loc". If this is the problem, you need to go to a Pontiac dealer and pay them to unlock the radio. This is an anti theft device to insure your radio can not function if it is removed. The cost is from 10 to 20$
carefully remove the bezel around the radio. should be just clips but may have some screws, look close and pry gently. then the radio is held in with 4 10mm head bolts. then unplug connectors in the back of the radio
the 98 sunfire haz a 57.2 litre gas tank
Remove the decorative radio cover. Remove the radio retaining screws. Slide the radio out. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the radio.
Remove the decorative radio cover. Remove the radio retaining screws. Pull the radio out. Remove the wiring harness and the antenna cable from the back of the radio.
Go see the VW dealer. They have special tools.