remove platic trim panel that goes aroung radio and heater controls the remove to bolts located on bottom side of radio 10mm i think pull radio out disconnect wiring harness and ant from back
The trim on either side of the radio needs to be removed This is best done with a trim removal tool Once the trim is off you will see two bolts each side of the radio Remove these and the unit is out
to remove your radio you need to remove the dash trim first... remove every screw you can find in the dash trim (plastic trim) most of the screws are on the bottom and near the ashtray the top snaps into place (try pulling downward on the trim after you remove all the screws). once you have this removed, there are 2 screws top and bottom of the radio, remove them and the radio will come out, the rest is easy.....
Remove the dashboard center trim panel. Remove the now exposed radio mounting bolts and slide the radio out.
remove the screws holding on the trim, remove the ashtray(should slide out) then remove the trim peice, then unscre the mounting bracket. Then unscrew the radio from the bracket and unplug the wiring harness.
To remove the dash to get to the radio from a 2005 Kia Optima, begin by prying around the edge of the trim around the gear shifter. Then, remove the screws from the bottom of the dash and pry the trim away from the radio area. This will expose the radio bezel.
Remove the dash trim above glove box. Then remove the trim above stereo, this will reveal 2 screws, remove these and the stereo slides out.
With the help of a Trim Tool, carefully pry-out the center trim panel from around the radio. Remove the 4 screws, pull out radio, disconnect electrical plug and antenna. Installation is reverse.....
Remove ashtray and carefully pry off the surrounding trim. Also pry off the trim around the radio. You will see the screws that hold the radio in (4 i think). Unscrew and you are done.
Remove the trim panel around the radio, it just snaps in. Then there are 2 bolts that hold it in. They are 10mm. Once removed just pull the radio straight out. You may need to giggle it a bit as it is a close fit. Remove the 2 connectors and the antennae wire. You're done.
You first remove the trim panel that sits right above the glove compartment. Then remove the trim panel that goes over the radio. Then there should be two Philips head screws you must remove, and viola.
Just use a screwdrive to pull the trim out. They are just clipped in.
It ain't easy. First pop the trim off around the unit, then if you have a radio above the temp unit take the radio out and then remove the temp unit trim to expose the bulbs. The bulbs twist out and you remove them from the rear. They are a specialty bulb only available from GM. Reassemble in reverse order above.
* Disable the airbag system * Remove the instrument panel trim plate * Remove the radio retaining screws * Pull out the radio and disconnect the electrical connections and antenna lead * Remove the radio from the instrument panel
You have to remove the wood trim that goes along the instrument cluster. Then the screws will be exposed and you can pull the radio out.
# Disable the airbag system # Remove the accessory trim plate # Remove the radio retaining screws # Pull out the radio and disconnect the electrical connections and antenna lead # Remove the radio from the car
Undo the 2 screws at the bottom of the trim then pull the trim out by pulling on the heater vents at the top.
remove the trim plate around the heater control radio assembly take the three screws out of radio to dash brackets slide radio out and unplug it
all the trim panels are held in by clips and they just simply snap off
the black trim around the ac control pops out and then there are four scews you need to take out then remove the wires and the radio is out.
get a slege hammer and smash it to bits
Are you asking about the trim panel above the glove box or the trim panel in front of the radio or the trim panel around the instrument cluster? Ask again telling us which panel you wish to remove.
You must remove the dash trim then remove the screws holding the radio in place then pull out the radio and unplug the wiring harness and antenna cable.
In order to remove the radio unit, you need to unbolt the radio. The bolts are concealed by the dashboard's trim panels.
you have to pop out the vents CAREFULLY and there are screws inside the vent cavity,then pop off the plastic trim under the radio and to the left of the steering wheel.