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How do you remove and reinstall a different radio into a 1987 jeep Comanche?

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2005-12-07 17:34:37
2005-12-07 17:34:37

First you need to remove the trim around the instrument cluster,and heater controls. This ia one solid piece and there are a few screws holding in in place. Once you remove that the stereo should be able to be removed and wiring exposed

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