How do you take off the face plate that shuts in your radio on a 89 Celebrity?
If it's like my 85 celebrity the radio is held in by 3 screws. These screws are located on either side of the radio and you've got to take the piece of dashboard plastic off to gain access. This piece of plastic dashboard trimming runs all the way across the dash and includes the vent louvers. It took me several hours to find all of the attachment pieces under the dash. Some are clip-in and some are cheap metal nuts screwed on to studs of the dashboard piece. It was such a pain to remove for me, I just left it off and use styrofoam cups to direct the vent air. But then again, I'm sort of lazy. Good luck.
How do you remove the tape-cd deck to install an aftermarket tape-cd deck in a 2002 dodge grand caravan?
Why would the radio in a 1998 Chevy Suburban come on by itself after you turn off ignition and remove key?
Well sometimes the radio is hooked up to the ignition itself. It is just the ignition wire, if it has a disconnecting face plate then you can turn it off by taking the face plate off. Or if you would like, you can pull the radio out and disconnect the wire from the ignition and it will not still be on when you cut the truck off.
remove the four face plate screws and remove the face plate. Then slide the special removal tools in each side of the radio and it will slide right out, or if you are like me and don't have the special tools, bust it up and take it out in pieces AAAGGGGGGGGG Thats what i did was destroy that stock radio and rip it out like the Mayans used to do with hearts... it was AWESOME!!
You need to gently pry off the console molding using a flat head screw driver. Start at the top, gently remove that. Then, you'll see the radio exposed, there are some screws around the radio which you can unscrew and pull out the radio unit which is big and chunky, you'll have to unplug the speaker wire from the radio to remove it entirely. To replace, I bought a face plate kit from Wal Mart…
First pull out the ash tray, this is where you find the first set of screws to remove the face plate. I can't remember more because it's been a while since i did mine, but this should be enough to get started. After you can pop off the face plate, there will be i believe 4 screws holding the radio in its position, use a long screwdriver so you don't hurt your hand.
You have to gentle take the face plate off the front part of your dash. The face plate goes around the radio and the air conditioning controls. There are about 6 clips one on top 2 on each sides and one on the bottom. A flat head screw driver works well. Once you pop that off disconnect traction control, (4x4), and hazards from back of panel. Then there will be some screws holding the radio…
take out the radio , take out the ash tray, there are 2 screws to take off face plate off, once you have the plate off you can see there are 2 screws holding it in place remove them , when you pull it out the wire connectors have locking tabs on them, just be care full not to break them . and you can not put them in wrong or backwards how this helps
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In order to remove the dash face plate on a 1999 Nissan Quest, you need to put on the parking brake, shift into a lower, open the ash tray, and remove it. Next, you will need a Phillips screwdriver to take out the screws on the back of the radio, release all the trigger mechanisms attached to the stereo, and then use the screwdriver to remove the mounting bracket.
Are there face plate adapters and wire harnesses out for the 2006 Saturn Ion yet to install an aftermarket radio?
pull out the cup holder tray to get access to the bottom of the top accessory face plate. Pull outward and it will spring out. Be gentle though so you don't crack it. After the accessory cover is off, unscrew the middle piece to get access to the bottom radio bolt. Unscrew both radio bolts and pull the radio out. The cables are disconnected by prying outward the small plastic piece and pulling.
How do you remove the plastic face plate covering the CD Radio area There are four holes that are set deep into the console Is that it?
Yes To clarify, there is not a 'faceplate' to speak of - that is a part of the radio itself. The holes are used to remove the entire radio unit, and are very typical of most Ford radios for many years. In fact, I think it's known as a 'DIN mount'. Ford radio removal tools are available for just a few dollars from any auto parts store. Insert one into each set of 2 access…
recommendations on older models suggest using a flathead screwdrive to pry off the faceplate to gain access to the stereo which is held in by 6 screws as far as I know. I'm still looking for answers myself. On the Impreza 2008 2.5I,pry off the lower face plate (with the HVAC controls),it is easier to start prying by the glove compartment(be gentel),you do not have to completely remove this face plate just loosen it till…