Question about 1992 Honda Accord
Detach the negative battery cable (if your radio is anti-theft, make sure you have the code).
Remove the floor console (front and rear retaining screws, then you can probably lift the console over the shift lever if you move the lever to one of the drive positions. I say probably, because Honda says that if the car is an automatic it is recommended that you remove the shift knob by removing the two shift knob screws and pull the knob and the slider. If it’s not automatic, you just unscrew and remove the shift knob.)
Detach the console and lift it out.
Remove the ashtray and the ashtray holder. There are three screws (two vertical in front and one horizontal in back).
Remove the two retaining bolts in the roof of the ashtray cavity which retain the small storage box beneath the stereo (the box and the stereo are attached to one another), then pull out the stereo and the box enough to remove the two screws on the sides of the radio so you can separate the box from the radio.
Unplug the electrical connector from the radio, and the antenna lead, then remove the radio.
Installation is the reverse.
Hope this helps you.
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