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Re: 95 Buick Century dash removal?
You should not have to remove the dash to install a new radio all you have to do is remove the trim around the radio and then take out the bolts that hold the radio in and remove the wires from the back and also if there is a Walmart or Radio Shack near you get an installation kit and you plug it from the plugs from your old radio and it is alot easier to wire it that way
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passenger side Under dash on the side kick pad with 3 connector
To replace it .. unplug battery then remove connector at ECM on old ecm remove two screw and the plate remove both memory and install them in the new ECM....plug 3 connectors and battery cable
this is a common problem and the dash cluster must be removed and sent out for repair, cost is about $175 to replace the LED (Light emitting diode) display that has burned out, this is a faxtory defect as far as this expert is concerned, it is not a fuse problem.
that is a link to a pdf, which, on Page 3 gives a basic text description of what you need to remove in order to get the dash trim off and gain access to the radio. If that link does not work, here's the link the page from which you can download the above mentioned file also...
follow your top radiator hose to top of the engine, where it hooks up with a hose clamp. under that metal housing is your thermostat! usually 2 or 3 bolts you remove , then lift off the metal housing and take out your old thermostat and remove the old gasket with a razor blade.. install your new thermostat and gasket and away you go!! richie
There is a single screw located inside the glove box (on the left side) that needs to be removed. Then just carefully pull out the plastic dash as it is only secured by pushpins. Then remove the 2 screws holding the radio, and unplug the antenna and wiring harness, and it's out.