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How do you remove the radio from a 1984 Jaguar XJ6?

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2007-03-16 19:50:29
2007-03-16 19:50:29

Inasmuch the installation is similar to the one found on my XJ6 86, this is very simple: - gently pull off both air conditioning knobs. If just pulling them off by hand does not work, use any tool allowing you to exert a gentle pull from behind the knob. The key here is to pull simultaneously from two diametrically opposed points. Otherwise, the inside part of the knob will break. Not much strength should be required, but again, take the time to find or imagine an adequate tool. Sorry I cannot name one. Remove the plastic bezel. - Once you have done that, you will see that the radio is held in place by two nuts with two opposed slots. There probably exists a tool to unscrew them but for lack of having one, I finally manage to use a pair of scissors, half way open, insert the two sharp ends into the slots. This is not exactly high tech but I managed. If the nuts resist this approach, then asking your nearest sympathetic profesionnal ... - Now, you can pull on the radio and access the wires. Unplug the antenn, unscrew the earth wire and disconnect the two plastic connectors. You are done. Of course, having the right tools make the job a picnic, but who has them all? Regards

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