the way i found out how to do this is from "wehaveyouranswer.com" what you need to do is take out the ash tray, remove the two screws, then unclip the vent leads under the drivers side dash, then unscrew the two screws that hold them on. the front will pull off and you'll have to unscrew four screws that hold it to the vent controls. Really very simple once you down to it. Good luck.
The 2005 Hyundai Accent is 5 ft. 5.7 in. (65.7 in.)100 watts stereo output wide.
If you would like a simple picture guide to replacing the stereo in your 1995 to 1999 Hyundai Accent please follow the guide at: http://www.soulaccent.com/guides/X3-headunit/X3-headunit.htm Please note this guide is for the Accent's fitted with the rotary dial type climate controls. For those with the slider type controls you simply have a few more control cables to disconnect, but the overall principle is the same. To ask more questions or get answers on more Hyundai Accent questions / problems, please feel free to visit www.UKHAC.co.uk (UK Hyundai Accent Club). - Soullink (UKHAC Owner)
You need to switch off the stereo and then you can use the buttons next to the clock to change the time. this also changes the time on the stereo.
The stereo can be removed from a Hyundai Excel by first removing the stereo front cover. Remove the retaining screws. Pull the stereo out and remove the wiring.
How do I remove the stereo on a 2007 Hyundai Entourage
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The turn signal relay is behind the storage compartment on the left side of the steering wheel. All you have to do is pull the compartment out and there you are.
if it is anything like my 2006 Hyundai accent then you have take take off the black trim around the stero.. there are about 6 places where you need to pry. the corners and the middle areas. kind of tough to get off but just keep pulling. you wont break anything. just pull hard. after that is off all you have to do is unscrew the srews
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The word 'stereo' is not a proper noun or a pronoun. The word 'stereo' is a common noun, a word for any stereo of any kind, anywhere.A proper noun is the name of a specific person, place, or thing; for example:Blaupunkt Car Stereo Speakers and ReceiversStereo Plus (retail store), Las Vegas, NVA pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun in a sentence. The pronoun that takes the place of the noun stereo is 'it'. Example:The stereo is new, it was a gift.
you need to pop out the frame and unscrew the radio. You will need a wiring harness for an after market stereo.
There is 3 long wire that you need to unhook. 1 is behind the glovebox. Unhook the glovebox and you can clearly see the wire. 2 is on the right of the gas pedal. After all 3 is unhooked, you can pry out the cover and disconnect the A/C and clock wire. The stereo will be revealed and unscrew the 4 screws that holds the stereo in place. Then unhook the back of the stereo.
Sounds like to might have knocked loose a wire to the blower switch. Isn't it right near the radio?
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you need a dash kit. go to your local stereo shop and they should stock the hyundia kit. any single din size stereo will fit.
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The 2006 Hyundai Tiburon GS 2-door hatchback with the 2.0 liter 4-cylinder engine comes with 6 speakers with 80 watts of stereo output. It has an AM/FM stereo and a mast antenna.