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How do you remove the radio to install a new one on a 1995 Plymouth Voyager?


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2011-10-18 21:07:49
2011-10-18 21:07:49

I did this today,

The key here is two panels, they both hide screws that need to be removed.

The first the the panel between the wind shield and the dash. This panel goes all the way across the dash and is removed by gently and evenly prying up at the rubber seal.

The second is the grid like panel in front of the instrustment information display which also needs to be pryed gently and evenly.

At this point all the screws necessary to remove the dash should be visible.

4/3/2005

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