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99 T&C - radio wires are bound up somehow, not allowing it to slide out. Can entire top of dash be easily removed to gain access to rear of radio? If so, what are the logical steps?

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Removal of radio


Radio Reciever/Amplifier/Tape Player/CD Player REMOVAL & INSTALLATION Fig. 1: Remove the bezel retaining fasteners and the bezel . . . 86746p02.jpg
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Remove the center cluster screws and bezel.
  3. Remove the radio attaching screws.
  4. Disconnect the radio from the instrument panel wiring harness and antenna.
  5. Installation is the reverse of removal. Fig. 2: . . . then remove the radio retaining fasteners 86746p12.jpg
    Fig. 3: Slide the radio forward so that you may gain access to the electrical connections 86746p13.jpg
    Fig. 4: Disengage the antenna and radio electrical connections 86746p14.jpg
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Oct 17, 2010 | 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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How do you remove the radio out of a honda civic


good day Sir, In order to gain access to the rear of the stereo for either connection to, or replacement of the factory unit, you must first remove the panel surrounding the (manual) gear stick. This should not be attempted with any form of 'level' to avoid damage to the dash finish. To remove the surround simply press fingers into the gear gaiter to gain purchase behind the panel and firmly 'pull' the panel toward you to disengage from the clips that hold it in place. The main panel above requires removal which involves location and loosening (not necessarily removal) of two hex headed screws approximately 6 inches (150mm) down from the head unit behind the panel, which screw the vertical metal plates holding the panel to the under dash mountings. To gain access to the screws push the two stops on the glove box inwards to allow the glove box to swing downwards. On the other side remove the small panel under the steering column Once loosened, the entire stereo/ heater control panel may be pulled toward you to disengage the clips that hold it in position. Reassembly is the reverse of removal, ensuring that the screw slots are properly engaged before final tightening of screws and reinstallation of gear stick surround.i hope this will help you

Jul 07, 2010 | 2002 Honda Civic

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I have a kitten that has climbed into the dash board. How does my husband remove the dash? (That's what I get for trying to be a good person..LOL)


Which side is the kitten on, if it's on the passenger side you can remove just the glove box to gain access, if it's on the drivers side you can remove the bottom kicker panel to gain access from the bottom of the dash so you don't have to remove the whole dash. If the kitten made it's way behind the radio, you can remove just the trim around the radio and then remove the radio to gain access behind the radio.
Thank you for using fixya and please keep being a good person LOL.

Jun 11, 2010 | 2005 Ford Freestar

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How would i take my fectory radio out of the car?


Radio & Tape Player

  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable. If so equipped, disable the Supplemental Restraint System (SRS).
  2. Remove the floor console and the front console panel. On 1984-85 cars, if access to the back of the radio may be gained through other means, such as removing the "pocket" from the console, the console need not be removed.

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Radio mounting on 1990-93 Accords

4. Remove the ashtray and ashtray holder.
5. Remove the two screws holding the radio at the rear of the unit.
6. Carefully push the unit out the front of the dash. When access
is gained, disconnect the multi-pin connector and
the antenna cable from the unit. Remove the unit.

7. Reinstall in the reverse order. Take great care not to damage the dash trim and instrument visor. Make certain the connectors are firmly and squarely installed. If applicable, be sure to enable the SRS.

Mar 06, 2010 | 1992 Honda Accord

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How do you remove the trim around the factory


Unfortunately it has been a few years since I've removed the dash in my sisters 95 century(same setup as yours)... but I came across something that should give you some decent pointers.

http://www.pdfee.com/autos-how-to/99-4544-installation-instructions

that is a link to a pdf, which, on Page 3 gives a basic text description of what you need to remove in order to get the dash trim off and gain access to the radio. If that link does not work, here's the link the page from which you can download the above mentioned file also...

http://www.pdfee.com/99-4544-installation-instructions.html

Jan 09, 2010 | 1994 Buick Century

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Removal of radio?


remove dash face plate to gain access to the radio,you may have to also remove the ash tray and it's support,a few bolt or screws on the side of the radio and slide it out,un plug wires,new radio will require a install kit and mating harness for the factor plugs for your application

Dec 29, 2009 | 1997 Dodge Dakota

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How do I remove the radio on a 1987 Honda Accord LXi


Radio & Tape Player
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable. If so equipped, disable the Supplemental Restraint System (SRS).
  2. Remove the floor console and the front console panel. On 1984-85 cars, if access to the back of the radio may be gained through other means, such as removing the "pocket" from the console, the console need not be removed.
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Radio mounting on 1986-89 Accords

  1. Remove the ashtray and ashtray holder.
  1. On 1986-89 cars:
  2. Remove the coin box, air vents and ashtray lighting bracket.
  3. Remove the dashboard switches on the left and right of the steering wheel.
  4. Lower the steering wheel to its lowest position. Remove the dash visor. This is a large, one-piece assembly which includes the center dash trim. It's plastic; don't break it.
  5. Remove the two screws holding the radio at the rear of the unit.
  6. Carefully push the unit out the front of the dash. When access is gained, disconnect the multi-pin connector and the antenna cable from the unit. Remove the unit.
  7. Reinstall in the reverse order. Take great care not to damage the dash trim and instrument visor. Make certain the connectors are firmly and squarely installed. If applicable, be sure to enable the SRS.

Dec 07, 2009 | 1987 Honda Accord

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Fan switch broken, does dash need to come off, 90' dodge dakota


The bezel surround for the gauges and dash center (radio area) need to be removed to gain access to remove the switch. Should be about 10 torx screws and then pull straight out.

Should pull out easily when all screws are removed.

Nov 25, 2009 | 1990 Dodge Dakota

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I have a 2002 Impala and the signal flasher quits quite often.... How is this repaired???


Your turn signal and hazard flasher assembly is one unit,it is part of your Big hazard button,this was a very common problem with GM they used this same thing in alot of there models with a high failure rate,You have to gain access to the back inside the dash and depress a plastic tab and the assembly pushes out towards you I usually remove dash face and then pull the radio out a little to gain access,the dash face is in with push retainers pull off very carefully,then remove radio but don't disconnect wires just pull out enough to gain access.

Nov 08, 2009 | 2002 Chevrolet Impala

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Whow to remove center trim panel on dash board for 99 vw beetle


on the dash top the center section is removed by holding tightly from the sides and slide it toward the windshield until it unlatches. if you mean the one around the radio , it is most of the dash face and has 2 screws at top of instrument cluster and 2 more hiding at the bottom under the the a/c controls way back just above the very front of center counsel.

Feb 28, 2009 | 2001 Volkswagen Beetle

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