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Disconnect the negative battery cable from the Jeep Cherokee battery with the 10 mm wrench.
Remove the five screws on the top edge of the dash panel with a Phillips-head screwdriver.
Pry the trim panels surrounding the climate control knobs away from the dashboard with the trim panel removal tool.
Remove the trim panel that surrounds the headlamp switches
(located to the left of the steering column) with a trim panel removal
Remove the two screws behind the trim panel that surrounds the headlamp controls with a Phillips-head screwdriver.
Pull the dash panel that surrounds the stereo and covers the instrument panel of the Cherokee, away from the dashboard by hand.
Remove the two screws from the stereo mounting bracket. One
screw is on the bottom left corner, the other screw is on the top right
corner. Each screw can be removed with the 10 mm socket and drive.
Pull the factory stereo from the stereo mounting dock.
Disconnect the stereo wiring from the back of the factory unit.
Connect the Jeep Cherokee factory stereo wiring to a wiring
harness adapter. Connect the wiring harness adapter leads to an
aftermarket stereo. Slide the aftermarket stereo into the stereo
mounting bracket and replaced two screws at the opposite corners with
the 10 mm socket and drive.
Replace dash panel that stretches across the top of the steering column.
Replace the two screws at the top of the headlamp control switch. Replace the trim panel around the headlamp switch.
Replace the trim panel that surrounds the climate control knobs.
Replace the five screws on the top edge of the dashboard with a Phillips-head screwdriver.
Replace the negative battery cable over the negative battery
terminal and tighten the cable to the negative lead post with the 10 mm
remove the screws holding the front cover and then you will see four bolt screws holding the radio in place, remove them then slide radio out unplug the connrector and antena wire, if installing an aftermarket radio you will need the harness plug to make wiring easy and also a mounting kit to mount radio in car.
It's not that hard to replace the passenger side mirror. You will be able to do it yourself. I will tell you how. Remove the screw holding the molding to the base of the mirror and remove the molding. Remove the screws and detach the mirror. (if it is electric mirror just unplug the electrical connector. Installation is the reverse of removal. Hope this will help you.
You must first remove the faceplate bezel surrounding the radio.
You need to gently pry the cover off the fake switch on either top side.
Then remove the ashtray to access the two bottom screws.
once removed there should be the screws visible for the radio mount.
you should'nt have to take out the whole dash. a few screws on the molding that surrounds the cd player and you should pull the casing out. The moulding goes from the radio to the dash, it's that big, but thats about all you have to mess with, other than replacing the stereo.
The center dash cover panel must be romoved, two screws at bottom, then unsnaps at top. (The top two vents will come out with this piece.)
The radio has visible screw mounts, then slides out. It's a standard single DIN unit. So no fancy mods are needed to replace the unit. Any modern unit will fit perfect. Just use a 9-volt battery to sound off your speaker wires to know what side/ position they go to. Then follow wiring diagram for your new unit. Have Fun TT
I am not a pro...did this process early today.
1.Remove 5 screws from bottom center dash. This peice has the cubby with change slots. There are 2 on the left side, 2 in front and 1 on the right. Pull out of the way.
2.Pull cup holder all the way out and depress tab on the very back of the top. Slide out and remove.
3.Pry small peice of plastic out of the way carefully with screwdriver. Remove.
4.Revove 2 screws that where hidden by this small part. Begin prying the dvd and radio surround off from the bottom, there are no more screws. Either let dangle to the side or unplug and revome from car.
5.Remove 2 screws to release dvd player. Unplug 2 seperate connections and remove. If you have change in it, shake upside down a little while slightly depressing the top to give room for $ to fall out. For 2 dvd just work out carefully while trying to line up the dvd with the opening.
Hope this helps someone! Kris