I don't have an answer but wonder if you have had one yet? There are a series of fasteners under the dash but I don't know if that is what is holding the dash on or not. I am going to find out as soon as I can get some kind of tool to pull them. I don't want to harm the dash. Thanks Joe
I don't know if you are looking to replace your existing radio or not, but Crutchfield (www.crutchfield.com) provides very helpful instructions on how to remove factory stereos in order to replace them with an aftermarket version. The instructions are very clear and geared for your particular make/model. It may not be necessary to remove the entire dash. I'm not sure if they would sell just the instructions, but they do come with your order. If I'm not mistaken, once you have ordered from them, you can often download a PDF file of instructions. .
Remove the decorative radio retaining plate. Remove the radio retaining screws. Remove the wiring harness, from the back of the radio.
Remove the covers to your 1997 radio speakers. Remove the radio speaker retaining screws. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the radio speakers. Reverse the process to install your new radio speakers.
The radio of a 1997 Cadillac Deville is mounted in place using several screws. Inspecting the middle of the dash will locate all the necessary mounting screws, and removing them will allow the stock radio to slide out of it position.
First you must remove the climate control knobs, then unsnap the cover panel with a screwdriver. Remove the two screw behind the panel and from behind the drink holder. Unsnap the plastic frame from the radio and lift it up to remove. Then remove 4 more screws fro the radio and it will slide out.
Insert metal shimms into the radio to relese the radio.
You can remove the radio from your 1997 Geo Tracker by taking the radio retaining cover off. You also need to take out the radio retaining screws. The last step is to?æremove the wiring harness and the antenna cable from the back of the radio.
You need special radio keys to remove the radio. They can be purchased at the dealer.
Try Crutchfield.com for installation kits.
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with a hammer and sickle
go to installer.com
Go to www.fitaudio.com, where they have a comprehensive guide on removing the radio for many many models of car, a 1997 Nissan almera included.
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Its on the right side of the hood. It runs under the hood and through the firewall to the back of the radio
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pry the SOB out of the dash
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remove the door panel, there are 2 bolts that you can get to through holes in the inside steel panel. remove 2 linkages. the handle will then come off from the outside.
Yes, an aftermarket stereo radio can replace a Bose radio in a 1997 Nissan Maxima. Remove the old radio from the dash and put in the new one. A new mounting frame might be required to make the new radio fit properly.
Just pull it up with a good deal of pressure and it will pop off and dont worry it will pop right back on.
Remove the four (7mm head) screws, then pull the radio out. Remove the electrical connectors. To install the new unit you will need a Tech 2 and access to the SPS system. This may not be cheap...
I found this link to be useful. http://www.yotatech.com/~corey/tech/slc_stereo/slc.htm
I just did this to my radio. You must remove the radio for the dash. Open the radio to reveal the circuit board and solder new bulbs on the board. I found the bulbs at Radio shack online.