You need to remove the plastic part of the dashboard that covers it. To do that remove the two small bolts at the very bottom (there just to the sides of the ashtray drawer and down a couple inches further), then pull the wooden looking trim (at the top of the panel) loose that runs all the way across the front of the car, it just clips in so pry it loose, just be careful not to break it. The top of the panel just clips in too, but it's not near as tight as the trim, so pull out at the bottom of the panel and it should come right off. Once that's off the stereo is held in by 3 screws. Take those out pull the stereo forward, disconnect the 32 pin connector and the antenna, and it's removed.
Oldsmobile didn't make a Cutlass Supreme in 1998
Remove the retaining cover from your factory stereo. Remove the factory stereo retaining bolts. Slide the factory stereo out. Remove the wiring harness and the antenna cable from the back of the factory stereo.
Remove the 2002 Dodge Durango factory stereo decorative cover. Remove the factory stereo retaining screws. Pull the factory stereo out. Remove the wiring harness and the antenna cable from the back of the stereo.
is there 2 holes on each side of the radio : : like that
How to remove factory stereo from 2001 honda civic?
To remove the factory stereo on 1996 dodge ram 1500 you need to pop the hood on the Ram and remove the ashtray. Slide the stereo out of the dash and unplug the cables from the back of the stereo.
Remove the decorative stereo retaining cover. Remove the stereo retaining screws. Slide the stereo out and remove the wiring harness and the antenna cable.
You need to remove the wiring harness of the stereo and pull it out. It is fairly easy to replace this with something more advanced.
On my 1996 Oldsmobile cutlass supreme it was very easy to remove the stereo. The entire plastic molding piece that surrounds the stereo as well as covers the speedometer is attached by some push clips and can be simply pulled off, no screws. Once the plastic surrounding is removed there will be 2 screws holding the stereo in place. Remove the 2 screws and pull the stereo out. Unplug the wire harness and antenna.
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you have to remove the front console. take out the ash trey. and remove all the screws around the trim of the area of the stereo and then slid the stereo out and un hook all connections. if you get a new stereo it should have more detailed instructions
go to0 a stereo shop and buy one and have it installed go to0 a stereo shop and buy one and have it installed
put the parking brake in, then put the truck in 1st gear pop the dash cover off and then remove bolts from stereo.
you must first detatch all wires
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TAke off the panel that surrongs the stereo - then you'll see 4 bolts/screws holding the stereo once these are removed stereo slides out easily.
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.
To remove a stock stereo, you will first need to remove the bezel from the stereo. Then, pull the stereo out of the dashboard and remove the wiring harness.
depends on if you have the Bose stereo if you do look under the rear dash in the trunk it would be there
No you don't have to remove the dash, there are four little holes on the face of the factory stereo which require a removal tool this tool can be purchased at the Ford dealer for a resonable price, after you insert the tools (one on each side) than you will be able to pull the stereo out.
I just removed my stereo today and installed an aftermarket unit. Use this link for how to remove your factory head unit. http://www.fitaudio.com/?View=entry&EntryID=162
The mitsubishi eclipse has never had a bose stereo your 01 gs came with an infinity stereo, if your car does have one it is because it is aftermarket. To remove it you simply take the 2 screws at the bottom of the face plate that covers the heating and radio then remove the 2 or four depending how big your stereo is and pull it out.
Remove the decorative stereo cover. Remove the stereo retaining screws. Pull the stereo out. Remove the wiring harness and the antenna cable.