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You will have to remove the plastic dash from around it. Some of them just snap out others require removing screws from the entire front dash panel around the instrument cluster. once the front cover( s) are removed You should see 2-4 7mm screws holding the radio assy to the dash. when you remove them the radio should pull out and you can unplug the wire harness and antenna
There is a tiny bulb that lights the dial up, obtain the special tool kit to remove the radio from a auto parts sotr like Napa and then once the radio is out remove the top cover from the radio, the bulb is in a tiny black twist in socket.
The plastic guage cluster besel needs to be removed first, this is the plastic that covers around the radio and goes across the top of the steering wheel surrounding the speedometer and other guages. once this is removed you will see the four screws that hold the radio in place.
Note: carefull as the gauge cluster besel will break if forced make sure all screws and clips are removed before pulling it out of the car, Just take your time and everything will be obviouse to remove.
Hi 1. Remove the black trim panel holding the cruise control and sport mode buttons from around the shifter. There are 4 clips holding the panel on: upper left, lower left upper right and lower right. Be careful, they break easily. Remove the wires from the buttons. 2. There are two brackets holding the wood panel down, one on each side of the shifter. Remove the two screws holding down each bracket. Be sure you note the orientation of the brackets - it will make reinstallation easier. Lift off the wood trim panel. 3. Under the wood trim you just removed, there are four bolts fastening the console to the car. Remove them. 4. Open the console lid. Remove the two screws fastening the latch strike plate. Again, make note of the positioning of the latch plate for reinstallation 5. Remove any other screws retaining the console compartment. Lift out the compartment liner. Close the console lid. 6. At the rear of the console is a trim cover. It is held by two tension clips. Just pull it off. 7. There are two bolts under the rear trim cover - remove them. 8. Remove the console. 9. Remove the screws holding the radio in the dashboard and pull the radio forward. 10. Remove the antenna wire and wiring harness connectors from the back of the radio. 11. Unbolt the ground wire from the back of the radio.
Reinstall in reverse order.
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Remove the hex screws from the lower section of the dash, under the steering column. This will reveal more screws that hold the wood tone panel down. There are more screws visible just under the top of the dash, look carefully as the upper screws, so you do not remove more than you need. Carefully, twist the woodtone panel around the steering column and remove. You will see 2 more hex screws to the right of the radio that hold the black plastic cover just to right of the radio. Carefully pop that cover off to reveal 2 more screws that hold the radio in place. Remove those 2 and the 2 on the left and you can pull the radio forward to unhook the harness and antenna wires.
remove the two screws that are behind ash tray pull that part out remove wire clip to cig, lighter. there are two screws on the bottom of the plastic around the radio. use a pry tool or butter knife to pry the plastic surround from around the radio. disconect the wire clips for the hazard lights an rear defrost clock.etc...remove the four screw that hold the radio in place. if u need more info let me know
there is not a separate fuse for the radio display, if the radio works then the miniaturebulb inside the radio that back-lights the display is burned out, u must remove the radio and take the cover off the top of the radio, there u will find the tiny bulb socket that is behind the display, the bulb is avail at any arts store for around $2
1. Remove the dash around radio (just clips) 2. Remove 2 screws pointing up . (You do not need to remove screws which are parallel to the floor) 3. Remove screw pointing up on the bottom of the dashboard on left side of the driver (near left leg). 4. Remove 2 screws pointing up in the instrument cluster area. 5. Put car in 1st gear and gently remove black plastic surrounding instruments (it will have ait vents, so slide it carefully out not to damage foam insulation on air ducts; start on the bottom hear steering column) ; unplug connectors to clock and emergency flashers. 6. Remove 2 screws, now exposed, near instrument area, holding dashboard. (that was what I spent most time on, I didn't know about this screws. 7. Now gently remove (or move up) dashboard (around instrument cluster and heating controls.) Start next to ignition (careful not to damage the bulb next to the ignition. Since you only need to get to the heating controls block, I only move up the dashboard next to it. 8. Remove 2 screws that hold the heating control and slide heating control out . This step is unnecessary If you totally removed the dashboard. 9. Pull out lever controls for fan speed, zone and temp 10. Use the screwdriver (flat) to pry 2 plastic tabs on top and on the bottom of heating control so black cover can be remover. 11. You did it! two bulbs are going to be under the cover.
hi there the easiest way is to remove the lower black cover 2xscrews then with aplastic spreader locate the 2 tabs that hold black cover to mirror cover and press them in and pull black cover down then with a small pry tool carefully prise mirror glass out and disconect wires this will reveal the small single screw that holds the cover to the mirror unit remove this and the rest should be self explaned hope this helps..