Mitsubishi Diamante

How do you remove the stereo in a 1995 Mitsubishi diamante?

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2009-05-21 19:39:05
2009-05-21 19:39:05

you have to remove the center console there are four screws in each coner of it if you tri to remove it by releasing the two screws under the cup holder and you pull ti you will break the dash because there anre two screws that are not visible from the outside just remove the center console then youwill see a couple of more screw and you will get to the radio good luck and be pacient

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