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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If it's a OEM unit you'll need a radio key tool similar to this
so you can pull the old unit out and replace it with another OEM unit.
Before removing any power connection (batt, couplings and connectors) from your vehicle, you must have your radio code in case you need to unlock it from safe mode.
Replacing it with an aftermarket unit calls for a different procedure. This will involve in removing most of the panels from the dashboard. You will need a torx bit to remove the screws from the dash. It will also involve in removing the shifter console cover out of the way so the radio carrier would be accessible from below.
Remove the 2 side covers fro m the dash (fuse cover), a couple of screws for the drivers kick panel will be visible.
Remove the headlight switch assembly by pushing the rotary switch in and turned to the left, This will release the lock and you can pull the assembly out to un-hook the connection from behind.
Remove the driver side kick panel, the glove box with the light connection behind it and the two side panels from the radio carrier.
You can access the screws holding the carrier from the dash and you can mount your new unit into the carrier using the new hardware from you new head unit. You can buy the adapter from Fry's Electronics specific for your radio to connect your unit with the original radio harness,
Posted on Apr 29, 2010
GO TO AUTO ZONE BUY HAYNES REPAIR MANUAL IT HAS ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM WITH THE FUSE FOR THAT CIRCUIT ALSO LOOK IN GLOVE COMPARTMENT FOR THE OWNERS MANUAL IT ALSO HAVE FUSE DIAGRAM.
Posted on May 09, 2010
Fuse for radio is located in fascia fuse box
Open driver door,unclip plastic panel end of dash
Cheeck/replace fuse 44 15amp
Should be a diagram in fuse box
Posted on Jun 25, 2010
Testimonial: "thank you. my daughter said she thought it was 42 with a white fuse. she replaced it and the radio still isn't working, so I asked her to check 44. appreciate the information!"
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