Question about 2002 Pontiac Sunfire
Open the glove box door. Let it drop all the way down by
flexing the small plastic that stops it from falling to the side.
To the left side of the glove box front, you will find a screw (or two) which holds the molding around the radio together. Remove these screws, then pull off the molding. Once you have removed the molding, you will find a screw on opposite sides of the radio. These hold the radio bracket to the dash board. Take these out and slide the radio forward. There will be a connector which needs carefully removed from the rear of the radio. The antenna then should be unplugged as well. After wards, the radio will slide right out. You will install a new radio from the reverse.
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
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