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Radio replacement in a 1998 Plymouth Voyager

I need to replace the radio in my 1998 Plymouth Voyager and cannot figure out how to pull the trim piece,

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Go to; www.nagca.com/grandtech/9698zjradio.htm. There are photos and directions for this procedure.

Posted on Apr 20, 2009

  • standouglas Jun 11, 2011

    That guide doesn't apply to the 98 Voyager. There are 2 Phillip head screws under the lip at the top of the bezel surrounding the radio. There are 2 more holding the bottom that are accessed by pulling the small trim piece out that is located just above the ash tray (approximately 6" x 1/2") . This piece is held in with clips and can be pried off. Now the bezel can be removed exposing the screws that secure the radio to dash. After removing them the radio can be pulled out exposing the wiring.

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