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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Re: how to remove the radio
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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Lift up gearstick gaitor leaving plastic surrounding in place.
Lift plastic surround and remove lock and Hazzard switch.
Push gaitor through surround and remove surround.
Remove ***** from front of centre consoleand 2 screws from rear.
Follow the side of the centre console down into footwell and remove Popper from each side.
Pull console forward slightly and disconnect cigar lighter.
Remove centre console.
Remove 2 screws below the radio.
Pull radio/air-conditioning surround forward, leave the radio in the surround as it will come out with the surround.
Remove 2 screws holding the glovebox to the centre console.
Remove 3 screws along the top front.
Open the fuse box at back of glove box and push the fuse holder up off the flap.
Open passenger door.
Remove dash side panel and remove 2 screws.
Remove kick panel trim in passenger footwell and remove ***** from bottom of glove box. (The glovebox will need to be open to see this *****)
Pull glovebox out slightly. It can be hard to pull out, just be sure you have all screws out.
Disconnect glovebox light and light switch.
Remove glovebox fully.
1. Pry all the woods pieces off of by pulling them away from the dash.
2. Use two ford radio removal tools to remove the radio in the marquis. Place one tools inside two of the four holes in the front of the radio, and the other tools in the other two holes,Pull them away from each other and out of the dash board. Disconnect the wiring harness from the back of the stereo.
3. Remove the screw surrounding the radio using a Phillip head screwdriver. Do not forget to remove the two on the other side of the radio.
4. Remove all the screw around the instrument cluster using a Phillip head screwdriver.
5. Use the steering wheel tilt level to tilt the steering wheel all the way down .
6. Gently pry out the dash , making sure to disconnect the two wiring harness behind the dash board panel before pulling it out completely.
First, you have to remove the bezel that surrounds the radio. You have to find something thin and sturdy to slide in behind the bezel to carefully pry it away from the dash assembly. Something along the lines of a plastic spackling knife will prevent scratching the dash. There are no screws, only clips holding that bezel in place.
Once you remove the bezel, you will see four screws holding the stock radio in place. Remove those, then slide the radio out.
You will need to unplug the wiring and antenna from the rear of the unit for complete removal.
You have to remove the clip on surround first being very careful not to damage surface./ unplug heater controls / switch plugs. Look for the screws low down near the ashtray.
Once you can see the radio / unscrew and remove. If you still cannot remove there may be a security screw at the rear of the unit.
Start by pulling off the heating/ventilation lever tabs. Next, use a flathead screwdriver to insert under the edges and pry loose the radio/hvac dash panel - this is the panel that surrounds the radio and the heating controls. Then, with the panel off, remove the screws holding the radio bracket to the dash, and pull out the radio and bracket as a unit. Unplug the harness from the back of the radio. Then unscrew the radio from the bracket.
Remove the plastic bezel that surrounds the radio in the dash. It has six press-on attachments. They slide out. The radio has two screws holding it in. Remove screws, slide radio out towards you, disconnect wiring harness and antenna lead.