You have to be careful removing it, as too hard can damage it. Once removed, ensure all 4 metal pressure clips are removed and reinstalled on the dash panel. If some remain attached to the dash by the radio, I take a small flat head screwdriver and push in the center part of the clip, while using a needle nose plier to grip and pull out the clip. It can then be reinstalled on the panel.
Once this is completed, you can remove the mounting hardware for the radio, and start tracking other components to the anti-theft bar beind the radio. That will usually consist of removing most of the dash, vents, to give you access to the back of the head unit. Once this is done, you can disconnect the anti-theft bar and remove the stereo.
Installation is the opposite of removal.
Make sure you use that anti-theft bar! they do help!
Make sure you check your wiring before you try to plug in another head unit. Get any adapters and hardware you need BEFORE you drive home from the A/V store and rip apart your truck.
To remove a stock stereo, you will first need to remove the bezel from the stereo. Then, pull the stereo out of the dashboard and remove the wiring harness.
Remove the retaining cover from your 2003 Suzuki stock stereo. Remove the stereo retaining screws. Slide the stereo out and remove the wiring harness and the antenna cable from the back of the stereo.
The stock stereo, from a 2003 Nissan Altima, can be removed by first removing the stereo front cover. Next, remove the four screws. Pull the stereo out and remove the wiring.
Remove the decorative cover to your 2001 Chevy Lumina stereo. Remove the stereo retaining screws. Slide the stereo out and remove the wiring harness. Remove the antenna cable.
screwdriver, and then pull hard enough to rip out the wires and then there you have it. the way to remove a stock stereo the theft version
send this question next week I will be replacing the stock stereo this weekend if weather permits
i currently have the same prob...to my understanging the stock stereo runs along with the dash lighting, so did you remove the stock stereo? also check fuses on the driver kick panel
You have to unscrew the center console and work your way up.
No, it should supply sufficient fuel pressure.
The 1994 Wrangler DOES come stock with a spare tire mounted on the back.
Because it's stock. (It's crap!) replace it with a good one.
The wattage of your stock stereo in your 1989 Acura Integra is 75 watts. There was anÊoption for a larger stereo output of up to 200 watts.
If you mean the stock stereo, you have to get these U shaped tools that have nubs on the ends of them. When you insert them, the stereo should pop out enough to pull it the rest of the way out. You could probably get a dealer or stereo place to do it for free if you ask nicely. Also if you order a new stereo they may or may not include the U tools.
You must remove the front of the dash. Everything around the stereo. Very time consuming. Just remember where the parts and all the screws go when you go to put it back together. It is not that difficult. Good Luck.
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According to my brother (who is a mechanic), The stock stereo in the protege requires radio removal tools (2 sets) to remove -- you can get them at just about any parts store. Just carefully remove the molding around the radio, insert the tools all the way and then pull them outward to release the clips. The radio should just slide out.
it depends if u are using the stock stereo then no but if it is not a stock stereo then u may have an aux input jack which comes out the back of the stereo the easiest way is to just pull out the stereo and take a look
Mt jeep wrangler has a dana 35 differential in it
Remove the side panels closest to the doors and unscrew the top screws on the dash. Once you remove it will be easy to take out the stock speakers and replace them. I replaced mine with a pair of Alpine Type S SPS-600 Speakers, this makes a huge difference. Good luck!
Try taking out the glovebox, and reach around to the left..there's a bracket mounted to the back of the stereo,should be one nut threaded onto a bolt coming out the back of the stereo. It's not fun to get to,so be prepared to get scratched up and use lots of foul language! You will probably have to go to Radioshack or Bestbuy and get a conversion wiring kit. Kev
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you must remove the dash panel that goes over the stereo, heater and around the gauges then all you have to do is pull it out just by pressing two tabs on each side of the stereo