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How do you take out the CD player-tape deck on a 2002 Chevy Cavalier?


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2015-07-16 18:02:37
2015-07-16 18:02:37

Here This helped me out a whole heap.


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First you have to remove the dash pad, there are 9 screws I think. 2 are under the defrost vent cover, 2 are in the glove compartment, 1 is in side the fuse panel, 1 is in the other panel on the passenger side, and the other 3 are around the rim of the plastic bezel. You have to remove that next, it just pops off. After that, you will see 3 screws that you have to remove from the CD player and then it will come out.


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