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No it's not. On the faceplate of the radio, there are 2-screws at the top of the plate. remove the screws and plate will comeout. You will see 2-nuts/bolts either on the side or at the top. Take them out. Pull radio back towards the seat to unveil the antenna wire and the 3-pluggins on the back of the radio. The antenna cable will pull out hard but pull it out, The blue, white and black plug-ins come out by pressing a flat tab on each one while pulling them out, Radio should slide out with ease,
Posted on Jan 23, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Read the car manual, in the page were it shows the dashboard fuse panel find the radio fuse pull it out and put it back in with the fuse tool. This resets your radio, it did the trick for me with.
Just make sure if you disable the radio security lock if it enabled before you pull the fuse. It may lock you out, all the information is in the manual.
Good luck and hope this helps.
Posted on May 27, 2009
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