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most radios have a special key for removal. if your radio /cd player is stock (unsaid) then its covered in the factory manual. consider Alldata , its in the book if stock. if not stock get the CD name, brand , model number off the case and google the manual for it, RTM , read the manual, its there. http://www.scantool.net/software/alldata-diy-1-month-subscription.html
The interior of the vehicle is like a model. It will come apart piece by piece but you have to be very careful when removing interior panel covers. Most just have clips so they can be installed or removed without screws. The stereo should have screws and 90 percent need a socket instead of a screw driver
You do not need to take the dash apart, there are two little slots oneon each side of the face of the radio, you need special removal tools to unlock it and it will pull right out, but first check in your owners manual, or in the spare tire well for the card, or sticker which has the serial number as well as the unlock code for your radio.
after you remove all the screws from the dash you have to get down to a section by the pedals and remove something like the airbag to get at the last part of the dash apart. then you need to unplug the mirror and back wiper switches (opt i think). then you have access to your radio. These are all things i gathered from watching the guy at futureshop do, it was about $100 and now I don't have fm radio. but I am now going to try it on my own.