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The center instrument panel bezel is clipped in you just have to pry gently under one edge and then when you get enough pryed out pull it off the rest of the way and then the radio is held in with 4 screws.

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I have a 2003 GMC YUK9N XL with an aftermarket stereo. Battery died, anti is now on after new battery installed. How do I fix this?

The stereo is the likely suspect for this problem, I can only say I see this time and time again when aftermarket radio's are swapped in and the OEM taken out. Reinstall the OEM radio. Why is this? The OEM entertainment system is tied into the antitheft system.

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How do I fix the clock display on my 1999 Pontiac Sunfire?

It appears to be that the radio clock display has malfunctioned, and is due for a replacement radio, which could be an aftermarket or oem radio, maybe found at a junk yard.

Tools required for oem replacement radio, torx keys set.

Before working on the radio or other electronics, disconnect the battery cables with 8mm wrench.

Replacing the oem radio is much easier, if you obtain oem radio, compared to aftermarket radio, due to being direct fit.

The radio is same for 1995 to 1999 Pontiac Sunfire and the Chevy Cavalier, regardless of sub models, such as SE,GT, VL,VLX,Z24. etc.

Parts needed for the the aftermarket radio install :Stereo assembly, stereo wiring harness adapter, radio antenna adapter, and dash install kit.wiring diagram for the wire colors / functions, along with tools, such as torx key set, screwdrivers,wire crimper, wire stripper, double ended wiring connectors, hair dryer.

The oem stereo removal video is for the 2000 to 2005 Sunfire / Cavalier, but are the same or very similar procedures.

Link to oem stereo removal procedures.
Pontiac Sunfire Radio Repair and Removal 2000 2005

Link to aftermarket stereo install / connect procedures. ( Sunfire Video )

Link to aftermarket stereo install / connect procedures. ( General Video )
How To Install Car Stereo Single Double DIN Car Audio 101

Have a nice day.

May 12, 2015 | 1999 Pontiac Sunfire

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My diamante is making a buzzing soung from the inside of the car

Has the car started since you changed the radio? Many manufacturers incorporate an anti-theft system that is tied to and through the radio (radios are frequently stolen rather than the entire car). Did you replace the radio with an OEM model or an aftermarket? If OEM, you may need an unlock code for the radio in order to start your car.

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I have a 2001 Windstar SE Sport, came standard with AM/FM radio with tape deck, it has a CD button but I do not have a remote CD changer in the vehicle, so it is basically useless. Anyway am I able to get...

yes ,but for the money it will cost for an oem style radio and the separate changer(oem) you can buy a good in dash cd player and the mount kit and wire kit and have money left- all connections will be simple- just follow instructions on packages

Jun 01, 2011 | 2001 Ford Windstar

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2004 Avalanche/Radio speakers blown, all of them. The rear speaker was the last one working, then a pop in the front left of the dash, and the speaker is dead. What is going on?

either you are running an aftermarket stereo with too much power for the OEM speakers, or your OEM radio has malfunctioned and there is stray voltage getting to the speakers. in the prior case you need to upgrade your speakers, in the latter case you need to look around and find a replacement used working OEM radio. used OEM radios can be had on eBay, at junkyards, at stereo install shops, and by looking around on craagslist, to name a few.

look on for videos of folks pulling a dashboard, console, stereo, or speaker replacement on your vehicle. Or you can buy a repair manual which can be had on CD for about 5 bucks on eBay.

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Replacing OEM radio wth a OEM radio w/CD but radio is locked out how do you unlock radio

Radio security systems have to be disabled before they can be disconnected. Most radios I have done you have to push the 1 and 4 buttons at the same time and enter the security code. If your radio saysLOC, then you can take it to a dealer and they can reprogram it. If it says LOCKED then it thinks its been stolen and not useable in any vehicle except the one it came out of. Kind of sucks you can't replace radios they way we use to.

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Can you get an iPod interface for the OEM installed radio?

as there is no plug on the oem radio for such a wire(interface)why dont you buy a fm transmitter for you ipad???????(mp3 players have them.......)

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The radio is pulling almost one amp when the car is turned off which drains the car battery after a few days o non use. When I pull the radio fuse, fuse #24 the problem goes away. Any idea what in the...

I'm guessing the radio is not the OEM radio that came with the car. If i'm right and the radio was changed for an after market one, then the yellow and red wires from the radio are probably mismatched or paired. The red one is the one that tells the radio to turn on and off when you turn the key, and yello one is the one directly to the battery for memory purposes. If they are not paired or crossed, or if the radio is the OEM one after all, then the radio is defective and probably has a grounded output or something like that, and needs to be repaired or replaced.

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I tried to fit a new stereo and when i did the dashboard lights went off and now i have no outside temp, or warning lights basically the whole panel has gone off, i've checkd all the fuses and they are...

I bet you sed the black wire with a tracer stripe (or similar wire) as the ground for the after market radio. The OEM radio uses this wire to dim the light to the radio when you turn the headlamps on. Now it dimmed the dash lights and other stuff totally out. Fasten the aftemarket radio's ground wire to a chassis ground on the dash's metal frame. Don't splice into the OEM dimmer wire. Better yet get a OEM to Aftermarket pigtail that uses your OEM connector. These come with a simple diagram as well.

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Honda Radio button lights do not illuminate

were the lights working before?
sounds like a defective radio.

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