if it has 134a hose connections, then it takes 134a. if it has the regular thread couplers then it should still have r12 in the system
its inside the gas tank, so u will have to take off the tank.
Take it to a dealership. The theft lock feature is there to deter theft of these radios.
You have to take coil packs off and then they are easier to get to. You will see the wires going to the plugs.
You are supposed to strip the wire.
Pry the lower end of the bench back to release clips Lift bench out Lower end ofback of seat is held in by either 2 bolts or clips that are now accessible - release these and you will be able to slide back up toward rear windshield to release
its not very hard to do you just take passenger side glove box of and every thing till you can see it then just go from there it not as bad as every one says it is
you can take the ferry there
You most take the whole dash board out. Is not easy but it can be done it took me about two to do it but I did it and I'm glad i did.
You need to go to your local Volvo dealer to get the radio codes. Just unplug the entire radio/cd or cassette player and take it into the dealer. They can look up the radio id #'s and give you the unlock code
take that black trim around radio off, just pull and then unscrew the screws showing.
The anti theft device in the radio locked it up. You will have to take back to dealer or garage that has a obd2 scan tool to unlock the radio.
Take 4 q-tips and place them in the round slots on the left and right part of the radio. Press them in a little bit and pull it out. That's it.
Go to the link below. The Install Doctor does a good job of documenting radio installs and removals. http://installdr.com/InstallDocs/Honda/PDF/466037.pdf
take to cadillac dealer
it depends on the model of the cadillac
I did the same thing the other day, Behind the radio on the drivers side you will see two bolts, one really cose and the other on the other side. If you get them loose and get them off the radio will come out with just a push from the back.
There were alot of dash chirs in mine and I had to shove styrofoam around the radio and air conditioner control module, take the cover of and see if that helps.
from inside thtrunk locate the wing nute that hold the assembly undo them and pull off the assembly then it is a simple matter to take the bulb out
Take the belt off, un-bolt the idler pulley, bolt the new pulley on, and finally put the belt back on and Viola!!
NOT EASY. TAke the mounting bolts and sll wiring off of the rear, take thknobs off and the nuts under them then work it out from under the dash
They take Regular or E85