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How do you take the radio out of the 2001 Daewoo lanos?

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2011-09-12 22:22:45
2011-09-12 22:22:45

Hello,

I recently replaced my radio and it was a snap.

The tricky part is removing the trim around the radio, the best place for me was to start where the drink holder pulls out, from there I was able to lightly pry the trim off working my way around the console.

There are just a couple of Philips screws holding the stereo in place. I carefully slid it out and unplugged the power from the back and that was it.

I was looking for my code as it locked up on me when I went to reset the check engine light.

Very quick and easy 30 minutes max as long as you are careful with the trim.

Hope this helps

roy

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