remove the radio with the ford removal tool or a pair of bent coathangers. behind that are f bolts holding the center bezel on. take those off and the center piece will pop out, exposing the HVAC controls.
1. Disconnect the negative battery cable. 2. Remove the control knobs by pulling them from the mounting stalks. 3. Remove the three (3) screws from the top of the radio trim bezel. 4. Remove the ash tray to gain access to the trim bezel lower screws. 5. Remove the two (2) screws from the lower portion of the trim bezel. 6. Pull outward on the left side of bezel to unsnap the mounting clips. Remove the bezel. 7. Remove the radio to instrument panel retaining screws. 8. Pull the radio through the front of the instrument panel and unplug the wiring harness, ground strap and antenna plug.
If you are trying to replace you radio you would have to remove the bezel. Take the two knobs off, then gently pull off the bezel till it can't move (should be about a couple of inches then it gets stuck), follow the rod down towards the right side off the gas peddle and remove the two screws holding it. Now you can pull the bezel out further to disconnect the cables. Don't diconnect the rod from the back of the controls just unscrew it. if equipped with tilt steering tilt the column all the way down remove the steering column covers remove the screws at the top and bolttom of the instrument cluster bezel and detach it from the vehicle
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Its actually pretty easy. Fist use small screw driver and from the bottom center pry up the power window module or face plate if you do not have power windows. Once out unplug the power window switch module and set it off to the side. Note: You will nee to unlock the connector prior to unplugging. Remove screw holding top of bezel. Next remove control knobs for heat/ac, fan speed,and hot/cold by pulling each one straight out, you me need a pair of pliers for this just be careful not to mar up the knobs. Now to remove the bezel place you hand into the opening where the power window switches were and pull. Slide your fingers around the edges and make sure you pull as straight out as possible to prevent breaking any tabs. Once Bezel is removed you remove the 4 screws holding the radio in.Tools Needed - Pliers - Small Flat & Philips head screw driverRemove Power window switches by prying up from bottomUnlock and unplug power window switch moduleRemove Screw from bezel behind power window switchesRemove all 4 control knobs (they just pull off)Pull of Bezel (Use opening made by removing power window switches)Remove 4 screws holding in radioUnplug wiring and antenna from radio
In order to remove the console in a 2001 Altima, you have to remove the various screws holding it in place. There are screws on each side and on the outside at an angle with the AC knobs. You will also need to flip the shifter bezel out with a flat?æhead screwdriver to find the rest of the screws.?æ
Remove the knobs, remove the dash panel, and replace the switch.
The plastic or metal knobs are usually just put-on so you should be able to pull them off easily. In some cases knobs(mostly metal knobs) have a locking screw on the side so you have to unscrew them first and then pull them off.
In a 1997 Jeep Wrangler, the relay switch for the heater blower and motor is located behind the dash. It will be directly behind the HVAC knobs behind the dashboard.
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remove heater bezzel (remove knobs and remove two Philips screws.) just pull out, do not remove. then unclip and remove stereo bezzel.
Loosen the tiny Set Screws to remove the knobs. If they are still "Stuck" on, then you might try carefully prying them off with Two flat-bladed screw-drivers on either side of each knob simultaneously.
you have to carefully pry the bezel plastic away from the vents at the top. (the black trim surrounding the vents and the hazards button.) Once the bezel is off you must pull with some force, straight backwards and the vents and button housing unplug from their clips allowing you access to unplug the electronics from the hazard button. Remove the two number ten bolts holding the stereo brackets in place, and move down to remove the knobs then the bezel/face from the A/C and heater controls. somehow I am supposed to remove the heater and the radio as they are all connected to the same bracket. I have been researchinga nd found this pdf... it helps me...there are two more screws beneath the heater&A/C control board. ..probably need to remove the ashtray... anyway hope this helps you... and me for that matter. I'm going to try it now. Link: http://www.justanswer.com/uploads/skyvisions/2008-12-28_151602_01_avalon.pdf
To remove the factory radio from a 1986 Jaguar XJS, remove all climate control knobs from the dashboard and remove the rings that surround the climate control knobs. Pull away the plastic that surrounds the stereo head unit and unscrew the four screws on either side of the stereo head.
adjustment knobs located under the caps. Remove the caps, the markings indicate which way to turn knobs to move the strike of the bullet.
Pop off the A/C Control knobs, then remove the screws. Then remove the a/c assembly, more screws, then it slides out.
Remove the neg battery cable tehn the aC ducts under the dash. Then take the wires and bolts holding the radio from under the dash. Then remove the knobs and the nuts under them. Work the radio out from under the dash. First remove the bezel from the dash, (around the radio). Use 4 heavy pieces of wire and insert one into each of the holes in the corners of faceplate of the radio. Push them in approx. 2 inches then pull the radio out the front and disconnect the wires and antenna.
Open the glove box remove two screws going down the front left side of glove box. remove all the knobs from the heater blower, selector,& whatever other knobs will come off. Pull gently on the dash cover. now you can see what else to take off to remove your stereo.
It is typically better to use plastic knobs over metal knobs on kitchen furniture. The plastic knobs tend to not scratch the floor as much as metal knobs.
Usually the nuts are under the radio knobs & then it's easy.
pull hvac knobs off,pop a/c vents out,remove 2 screws,pop off trim plate,remove radio screws
TAke the knobs off and there are nuts under them that need to be removed.
Knobs for a dresser can be bought at Home Depot, Etsy, Amazon, Bed Bath and Beyond. Dresser drawer knobs comes in all style and sizes, such as baseball knobs, basketball knobs etc.
plastic hvac and radio bezel pops off along with the vents. then unplug the harness for the airbag on/off. then pop the hvac knobs and panel off and theres the bulb