you have to take off the front cover of dash witch means u will have to take off the cover under the lil over hang part and the screws from the SIDS of the dash and u will have to pull the climate control out witch is just a few screws near the rear of the c.c. and then there are i think 4 or 5 screws that hold the radio bracket in then one net on the rear of that bracket that holds the radio i give it a 3-10 on a difficulty scale but that is me i did mine in about 2.5 hours but i had to mod some parts cuz i bought the wrong ones
A 1995 Honda Odyssey factory radio stays in place with several mounting screws which are located underneath many panels which need to be removed. When the mounting screws taken off remove the head units mounting bolts which now will be visible. Slide the radio out and remove the stock wire harness.
Remove the door panel.
To remove the radio in a 1995 Toyota Corolla, first pry the radio frame from the dashboard using a flat tool like a screwdriver. Then, press in on the pins at each side of the radio and slide it out of the dashboard. Remove the wires from the back of the radio.
with the radio off use the seek buton to set the time
you pull it out
I have a 1995 Riviera and the air filter is located on the drivers side underneath hood you will find a large coiled hose and you just remove the clamp and it is fairly easy to to put on.
you have to remove the motor mount and power steering pump
how do I remove the dashboard from a Mercedes c 280 1995?
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Use the U-shaped radio removal tools. They are available from most auto parts stores. Once you get the tools, it should only take about two minutes to remove the radio. You insert the tools into the holes on the sides of the front of the radio, push them slightly outwards, and pull the radio out.
ON THE 1995 BUICK RIVIERA THE HORN IS LOCATED UNDER THE LEFT HAND SIDE FENDER. U WILL HAVE TO TAKE OFF THE TIRE AND REMOVE THE FENDER PANEL. THE HORN WILL BE ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE LEFT INNER FENDER.
I need to replace radio CD player from 1995 Avalon
Disconnect the battery. Remove the ignition coils. Remove the ignition control module that was under the coils, and replace it.
remove the face panel , it snaps in , under the CD palyer are 2 screws, remove then , pull it out and detatch the 2 wire pigtales
there is a special dual pronged tool that fits inside the two holes on each side of the radio. push each prong into the holes, once they snap in, pull out the radio.
pull it out and disconnect the harness. put a new harness on so when you sell it you can out your stock radio back in.
remove platic trim panel that goes aroung radio and heater controls the remove to bolts located on bottom side of radio 10mm i think pull radio out disconnect wiring harness and ant from back
Is it leaking? Has it been wrecked? Why do you want to replace it? This is a very, very difficult task.
You have to remove the vent & bezel assembly from below the radio first, then the entire dash bezel from around the instrument cluster & radio.
I don't know how similar a 1988 and 1995 Cherokees are, but I've posted instructions on replacing the radio on a 1995 at www.timsjeepblog.com.
check here. http://www.carstereohelp.com/stereoremovalLexusES300StrR.htm
Disconnect the- battery cable Raise and support vehicle Disconnect wiring harness at top of starter Remove starter mounting bolts Remove starter
Remove the ash tray, there are 4 screws that secure the center dash panel (the black plastic thingy). Remove them, pull the panel out from the bottom. 2 bolts hold the radio in - remove them, carefully pull the radio out, then unplug the wires from the back.
If you have the factory radio and there is a hole in each corner of the radio. You will have to buy a stero removel kit from the store. Walmart has them for around $6.00.
you will see 2 holes in each side of the radio, insert standard radio pins into these and the radio will pull out