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How do you remove the console of a 1987 Olds Calais so you can ret the factory stereo out?


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2015-07-15 21:26:43
2015-07-15 21:26:43

I have an 87 Calais automatic with a floor shifter. The console doesn't have to come out. The bezel around the radio snaps into the lower dash with 4 clips. Carefully pry out the bezel and then you'll be able to get to the mounts for the radio. I have pictures of the dash with the radio removed if it will help. E-mail if you want to see them.

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