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How do you remove the radio in a 1990 Dodge Caravan?


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2015-07-16 19:33:11
2015-07-16 19:33:11

You need a 15 torx screwdriver. The entire front dash panel has to come off but it's not hard to do at all. Just don't force nothing. Remember that there's a reason why something won't come off and if you rush,you'll break something.Once it's off,everything else is gravy.

I have an 89 Dodge Caravan and I've taken my radio out two or three times. You need simple tools.....a Philips head screwdriver, a racket wrench with an 8mm and 10mm socket. First take out the center console (where the ash tray and tape holder is. The screws will either require a Philips head screw driver or the 8mm racket wrench. To access it, open the passenger door get floor level, and look underneath the center console. There is one 8mm screw on each side, drivers and passenger. Once the console is removed you can remove the woodgrained radio bezel. There should be 5 screws...three visible and two underneath.(that's why u remove the ash tray and center console) Once the woodgrained bezel is off...you'll see the two 10mm bolts holding the radio in place, one is on the upper right corner, the other lower left corner. Take those out...slide the radio out...and disconnect the ground wire (10mm wrench), the antenna lead and the electrical connectors to the radio.

If you want pictures.....email me or buy the Hanes Repair manual for Dodge Caravan.

Peace, Tismael711@msn.com

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