The entire drivers side dash pops out. It's ridiculously easy. NOT theft proof. You may need to set the gearshift into 1st gear, to get it past. Gently tug on it it should just pop out. Then you have to take out the heat controls, tabs. then the radio should have two screws. If that doesn't work...Use a 7 lb. sledge and a crow-bar.
The dash bezel is held on with clips. It simply just pulls off and then you can access the radio which is held in place with screws.
Removing single CD player from Tahoe 1999 The entire front dash panel that goes around the stereo and over around the speedometer and gauges unsnaps loose. Then you can get to the CD players sides where you press down on the latches mounted on each side and slide it out, then unplugs from the back of the CD player
all you have to do is remove the dash and the radio has two push tabs on the side of it you just push them down and the radio will come out, the dash is all clips so just pull it off and make sure to turn off the air bag before disconnecting it!
You don't remove the dash. You remove the part of the dash that surrounds the radio, thus giving you access to the radio.
NO. you must remove the dash
no lights on my 2001 Tahoe radio
To remove the dash to get to the radio from a 2005 Kia Optima, begin by prying around the edge of the trim around the gear shifter. Then, remove the screws from the bottom of the dash and pry the trim away from the radio area. This will expose the radio bezel.
take out the dash.
take the radio knobs off and remove the two nuts behind them, reach under the dash and remove two nuts from radio mounts on side of radio, unplug wiring and antenna, pull radio out from back of dash
pay someone who has done it before
The vacuum selector switch on a 1999 Chevy Tahoe is located under the dash. It is to the right of the gas pedal.
remove dash srews then take dash off radio will be visable take out mounting srews then unplug plugs
You have to remove instrument panel and dash panel to get to radio simply unscrew all screws and remove.
No. just remove the plastic piece around the radio. It pops off.
you must remove the dash pannel completly. then you will have acess to the radio. and the ability to remove it. caution. removing the dash can be hard. it is held in by locking pins. that break..fairly easily. so be careful when removing the dash.
It is not necessary to remove the dash. Only necessary to remove enough of the trim pieces to get the radio out. If you look carefully you will see what needs to be removed.
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.
How do I remove the dash on a 2004 Suzuki Grand Vitara 4wd to get to the radio wires?
You have to remove the entire dash assembly.
removal of the radio is really simple. First you need to remove the black trim that is in front of the radio and along the dash board. This is a rather long piece, but it just snaps on and off, so with your hands, start above your gages and just pull hard enought to pop the trim away from the dash. Slowly work your way toward the radio. Once this is removed, you will see two (2) bolts that hole the radio in place. Remove these bolts, and pull radio out slowly until you can reach the back to remove the wire harness and the antenna wire. Once the wires are disconnected, remove the radio.
You have to remove the vent & bezel assembly from below the radio first, then the entire dash bezel from around the instrument cluster & radio.
1. Carefully pry radio dash trim bezel outward, disconnect all harnesses from back of bezel and remove bezel 2. Remove the (4) 9/32 screws securing the factory radio to the sub-dash 3. Pull radio forward, disconnect all harnesses and antenna lead and remove radio
1. Remove the trim around the radio. This will be the whole dash trim on the driver's side. 2. Remove 3 x 7mm screws that are holding the radio in place. 3. Unhook the 3 connections (2 x wiring harness and 1 x satellite cable).
In order to remove the dash face plate on a 1999 Nissan Quest, you need to put on the parking brake, shift into a lower, open the ash tray, and remove it. Next, you will need a Phillips screwdriver to take out the screws on the back of the radio, release all the trigger mechanisms attached to the stereo, and then use the screwdriver to remove the mounting bracket.
with a hammer and sickle