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How to remove the radio

How do remove the dash surrounds to get the radio out?

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The '94 to '97 Accord is not the easiest radio to remove. Start with the rear console. Two screws on the sides, then open the console pry open the plate at the bottom and remove those screws. Pull the parking brake up. Remove the cup holder insert.  Three more screws to remove. Now the console will unhook from the front console when you pull it up and to the rear.  Remove the ashtray and the screw behind it. Two more screws for the trim plate. Now the radio is exposed. Remember to disconnect the battery so you don't fire the airbags.

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Pull the clock out there is a phillip screw remove it and there is two screws below the trim that surrounds the radio remove them gently pull the trim you may have to stick a screw driver betwee the trim and the radio to get it started remove the trim and the rest is self explanitory

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