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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the stereo bracket is bolted in. To get to the bolts you must remove the trim. There is a nice long trim piece on both sides of the stereo that extend down to the cup holders. Work a credit card under the pointed edge and pull outward. It will pop loose with a little effort. Then you can pop it loose from its top by pulling on the trim piece itself. This will expose a half a dozen bolts. Use a socket wrench on a bit driver to reach the deeper two. Once the bolts are unscrewed, the whole radio bracket will be loose and you can pretty much figure it out from there. Just a factory harness to disconect and an antennae wire and a few small screws (maybe).
Posted on Jun 14, 2008
A couple of days ago my brake lights on my 2004 Chevy Aveo wouldn't work, so I attempted to remove the lamp covers to check the bulbs. Also, before this my shifter would get stuck in park and could only be released by pressing the unlock gadget next to the shifter. Back to the brakes...Well, you open the trunk and remove the two screws just like the manual said, but it was very hard to pull off. There's 2 prongs holding the other half of the light on. The lamp will come loose by prying it (very hard). You think the cover will break, but it'll come loose. The bulbs were all OK.
After much frustration and internet info, the STOP LAMP SWITCH, GM#96436331 ($9.30 at Chevy dealer), which is located under the dash and has contact with the brake pedal, was defective. Once replaced, both my brake lights AND SHIFTING problems were cured. So if the brake lights suddenly don't work or you have problems getting the vehicle out of park, check the switch by pushing the prong (end that has contact with brake) of the switch in and out. If it doesn't retract smoothly...that's the PROBLEM. Good Luck.
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
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