it's real easy first use a flat tip n pry off the bezel surrounding the transmission shifter. it's one whole peace from the cup holder to the bottom of your ash tray if equipped.then you pop off the peice that surrounds your center air vents. then you remove the ash tray and lighter. then you can remove the radio and the ac controls. they are two peaces so once you pull it out as 1 peace then you can. remove the screws on the radio and a/c unit and wala. your done
The vehicle should be shut-off. First remove the bezel and trim around the head unit. Second, remove the two head unit retaining screws. The head unit can slide out. Once out enough the rear wiring harness attached can be disconnected.
For each headlamp, Remove the two 15mm Bolts that have a six pointed star in the middle of the head. The glass headlamp will then slide forward and you can reach behind and remove the lamp unit.
remove fuel tankremove fuel pump module assembly unitreplace unit
radio = head unit same thing, different names
To Remove the head unit, there are a couple of ways, I have used both in my Lincoln Town Car and Ford Explorer, First off you could use 4 Jeweler's screwdrivers, and jam them in the holes and push towards the head unit while pulling out the unit, or purchase a Ford Radio Puller from Scosche, which where I live, I saw it at Walmart for a reasonable price (under $10), or you could easily make the two pullers out of a metal coat hanger, but when removing the unit, do not shove them in all of the way, or else they will become stuck.
You can remove the radio unit from your 1997 Nova with a flat head screwdriver and a Phillips head screwdriver. You will not need any other tools to complete the task.
The flasher relay on a 2004 Honda Civic is located on the interior fuse box. To remove it, simply unplug the unit from the fuse box.
angle it away from yourself.
wired into the head unit, need a special adaptor. its hopeless
its easier to but a new head unit, honestly...i did it myself
the seedometer, gas, temp, are all one cluster, you have to remove the dash, after that it is held in place by 4 or 5 9/32 hex head screws. unscrew the unit and unplug, the plug should be on the right hand side of the unit. you can ethier get a new or used unit.
It is different for every car and usually involves disassembling the dash to some extent
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
FIRST YOU WOULD HAVE TO REMOVE THE HEAD UNIT, INWHICH YOU WOULD HAVE TO POP OUT THE TOP AIR VENT,ASH TRAY SURROUND AND ASH TRAY.AFTER REMOVING THOSE 3 PC. YOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO LOCATE 4 BOLTS HOLDING IN THE HEAD UNIT,REMOVE THE BOLTS AND THE UNIT ALONG WITH THE CONTROL PANEL CAN BE PULLED OUT TOGETHER BUT BE CAREFUL OF YOUR WIRING,BRING THEM OUT FAR ENOUGH TO DISCONNET THE UNIT AND PANEL ON THE BACKSIDE.ONCE YOU HAVE DONE THAT YOU WILL SEE HOW TO SEPARATE THE PANEL FROM THE UNIT.ALL THAT'S LEFT TO DO IS REPLACE THE PANEL AND REINSTALL.
Raise the hood. Remove the whole headlight unit. Nuts are reachable from inside. Not too difficult pc
The 1994 Nissan Altima should be a single DIN head-unit style. First the trim surrounding the old head unit should be removed and retaining clips carefully disengaged. Once the covering trim is off the bolts holding the old head unit can be unfastened. The head unit can be slipped out enough for its wiring harness to be unplugged. The new head unit can then be plugged in, bolted on, and covered back up with trim.Ê
Unit of head pressure is psi.
Try disconnecting the power and then reconnect to reset the unit. Look for a reset button on the unit.
To remove the temperature control panel on a Windstar, first remove the audio unit and the ashtray or cup holder assembly. Disconnect the three electrical connectors on the control head and the four screws securing the control head.
If its an Aero, it's beneath the main seat. Remove the bold from the back of the small seat, and the two allen-head screws holding the main seat, and they'll come off as one unit. You'll have to remove a plastic cover to see the battery.
It is located in front of the left front tire. You have to remove the fender liner to access.
Your best bet is to call the dealer as each code is individualized to a head unit.
The head light is a sealed unit. The outer sense is not removable.
theres 4 tamper proof torx bit screws under the trim
# Remove the cover that surrounds the HUD unit # Remove the portion of the dash closest to the windshield. Be caredfull with the foam rubber seal. # Remove the screws that go down into the HUD unit using a very short screw driver # The final screw comes into the top of the HUD unit. You'll have to remove the speedometer to get to it. (I left this one out when I reassembled everything just in case I ever need to open in up again)