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1999 toyota solara problems

when swapping the radio they have dislodged the control switch or the wire attached to the controls .remove the new radio and check all the control wires .

Jun 27, 2014 | 2004 Toyota Solara

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Toyota radio manual

Just removed everything that was not original and the radio reverted back to normal function. I don't believe that wire requires any input unless you are fitting the phone interface.

Mar 27, 2014 | 2004 Toyota Camry

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How do i remove a radio from a 2005 toyota Sequoia? More specificaly, how do you remove the dash trim around the face?

There is an AC vent on either side of the radio. Push the vent in on the top, so that the vents are aimed upwards.

You will not be able to see two philips screws just above the vents. Remove them.
Some knob type AC units have a screw behind the center AC knob as well, that you can pull straight off.

2004 I *believe* should have the push button ac and no bolt on the bottom.
Once the screws are out, the bezel will pull straight off, unplug the wires then set aside.

The radio has 4 10mm bolts or philips screws holding it in (some bolts had a philips cut on them as well).
Remove them and pull the radio straight out, unhooking the cables/antennas

Oct 28, 2009 | 2004 Toyota Sequoia

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My kids put pennies in the cd player of my 2003 toyota highlander. now the radio won't even turn on


Oct 22, 2009 | 2004 Toyota Highlander

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2004 Toyota Solara Conver. radio cuts out at radom times

send to electroics repair shop interal radio problem.. they all do it sooner or later

Jul 07, 2009 | 2005 Toyota Camry Solara

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Removing Stock Stereo

i have a 2000 but it should be the same....start at where the e - brake is, there is a little place where the rubber is on the ebrake where you can get under the plastic. Gently pry that up, that will remove that whole part (you will have to disconnect the cig lighter to move it completely off)
Next remove both the temperature knob and the one that selects air fow, behind those you will find two screws remove both of these and then that will pull off and then your at the radio, i don't remember if you need a tool to get it out or not but start from the bottome not the top!

Feb 15, 2009 | 2004 Toyota Celica

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Think there is a battery drain somewhere

Their is possibly a short. I would first isolate the problem. Disconnect the CD player and radio. If you can disconnect it then remove the radio fuse.

Start and drive the car for 15 minutes or so. Shut it off, and let it sit for a while. Then go out and start the car. Repeat this until you are sure that your problem is with the radio or wiring.

If The car fails to start and is having a repeat of the problem you have a parasidic draw on the battery from somewhere.

Dec 09, 2008 | 2004 Toyota Corolla

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CD stuck in player of 2004 Camry

I have observed this situation several times.
What I do to rectify this condition is to remove the radio from the dash, unplug both of the wiring harness connectors at the rear of the radio, and then plug them back in. This "resets" the CD player; but, I have found that just removing the fuses does not "reset" the CD. This should help you out.
Thanks for asking for personal assistance; glad to help; and Thanks for choosing FixYa.

Nov 03, 2008 | 2004 Toyota Camry

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Taking out my old radio and putting the exact same model in

You have to remove the top of center console to access the radio. Open the center console box, there is a small tab at the front. Pull up on the tab, you will see 2 screws. Remove them. Look to see where the center console top fits under the radio. Check for more bolts...Pull up on the console, and pull it back. After the console top is out, you will see another fascia tab. Remove it. If my memory serves me correctly, the A/C control and the radio both come out at the same time. Remove the 2 side vents and then you will see the bolts that holds the radio assembly. Note that the vents are in there TIGHT, be careful when you pry them out, they may break.

Sep 22, 2008 | 2004 Toyota Avalon

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