Question about 1994 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme
That depends on what kind of radio it is. If it has a knob on either side, pull the knobs straight off and you should see a 6-sided nut on a threaded piece, one on each side. You use a socket or needle-nosed pliers and remove these nuts and your radio should come out backwards. I've often pulled the antenna lead right there and put the new on one. You should know it just goes on the back of the radio. If it isn't one with knobs, you'll have to remove screws from the brackets that hold the radio in place. Just look at it and you should see. If this confuses you, get someone who knows that to do, to do it for you...just to be safe. Good luck.
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