Question about 1992 Plymouth Voyager
There is a plastic finishing plate that covers : the radio, two air vents, the cabin air controls, and a shelf. It is only pressed in. If you gently pull on the bottom edge it will start to pop out , gently work your way around and it will come off. Take off the two screws holding the cabin controls so you can move it. Undo the two screws holding in the radio and pull it forward. Unscrew the ground wire, unplug the antennae, and push the tabs on the multi-wire-plugs and pull them out. Feel around , but at this time you should be able to slide the radio all the way out.
Posted on Aug 04, 2010
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