If the radio has both knobs to the left of the radio, then you will pop off the trim that surrounds the radio. Behind this trim you will find the screws that secure the radio. Caution- there may also be a rear support bracket which would require you to crawl up under the dash and unbolt it. The wires are probably long enough that you can unplug them after you remove the radio from the front. Installation is in the reverse of removal.
If this is the type of radio that has a knob on either side, you will take the knobs off the radio, and remove the shaft nuts that hold the front of the radio in. A 5/8 inch spark plug socket would probably fit these shaft nuts. This radio also has a rear supposrt bracket that requires crawling under the dash to get at. These bolts would be a 5/16" or 8MM size. Disconnect the gang plugs and antenna before you pull the radio through underneath and back of the dash.
You don't remove the dash. You remove the part of the dash that surrounds the radio, thus giving you access to the radio.
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Yes, there was a factory CD player in a1992 Buick Regal. It was separate from the radio like the cassette player. It was referred to as a Remote or Slave CD player.
Remove the decorative radio retaining plate. Remove the retaining screws. Pull the radio out. Remove the wiring harness. Remove the antenna cable.
i have the same problem with my 1996 buick regal . i think it could be related to the long antenna lead , coming from the top of the rear quarter panel , all of the way to the dashboard . i tried to find a "trimmer" , to adjust , on the radio , but was unsuccessful .
You have to take the panel off that is is in front of the radio first. This may be the most time consuming part of the job. Then you will see screws on the left and right of the radio. Remove these and pull the radio straight out. Very simple.
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The exterior temperature sensor on a Buick Regal can be replaced by first unplugging the battery, then reaching up under the dash below the radio and unplugging the old one. Then, trace the path of the wire to the front driver's side and unscrew the mounts for the old sensor. Replace with the new sensor and run the wires through the old path to the plug in under the dash. Re-connect the battery.
Take the knobs off and the nuts under them. Then take off any bolts in the rear holding it and remove the wireing.
To replace the radio on the Villager, first remove the bezel from around the radio by prying it from the dashboard. Then, squeeze the clips on either side of the radio to remove it from the dash. Disconnect the wires and attach them to your new stereo. Then, replace the clips and the bezel.
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