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Altima 1999 Factory radio

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Can someone help me to replace the radio on my Altima 1999. I need to take the radio out without breaking the mouldings and place the new one.

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    I have to remove our radio/cd player. Our son put coins in there!

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First take of the panel over the shifter just pull it off with some force and it will come off, next take out the ash try and remove the two screws that hold the ash try support in and remove the ash try support then remove the two screws underneath the heat/ac controls and the two screws that were exposed when you removed the shifter panel and then pull the panel off un clip the cigarette lighter from the car and then unscrew the radio mounts and pull out the radio and disconnect the clips and the antenna

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