Question about 1996 Acura TL Series
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: need code
there are 2 screws in the change area beneath the ashtray...remove those and then carefully pull the center console out. I like to start from the rear (closer to the emergency brake). Push the whole console in towards the radio a little as you pull the rear up. It's one piece and will snap out...get that out of the way and then I think it's one screw holding the radio in.
Remove the radio...on the back is the serial number. Call Acura of Augusta - (706) 737-5200 - or a local Acura dealer BESIDES the one you went to!
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
the best and safest way to remove this radio is with the special tools that Acura made specifically for removing the radio. Any radio store or best buy can easily remove it for you. I hope this helps please rate this and thank you.
Posted on Mar 05, 2010
THIS IS REAL SIMPLE I HAVE DONE THE SAME THING TO INSTALL THE IPOD INTERFACE MANY TIMES.. STEP 1 MOVE BOTH FRONT SEATS ALL THE WAY UP TO ALLOW U TO HAVE SPACE STEP 2 LOOK UNDER THE SEATS AT THE BASE AND U WILL SEE 2 BUTTON STYLE CLIPPS 1 ON EACH SIDE OF THE SEAT, PLACE YOUR FINGERS ON THE SIDE OF THE BUTTON AND PULL IT TOWARDS YOU,AND AT THE SAME TIME LIFT THE SEAT.. REPEAT THAT STEP FOR BOTH SIDES AND THE SEAT FLIPS RIGHT OUT
Posted on Apr 19, 2010
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