Hi i have an excel sprint bought in 1997 (excel sprint), and am wondering how to remove the front pannel to install i CD player instead. have currently only found two screws behind the ash tray? are there more screws or just clips??
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NO problem here, the supplier of the CD player will have an interface(wiring plugs adaptor) that will convert the original wiring to suit the (new) replacement unit. A good Auto Elec will also solve any problems but the interface wiring will illiminate all this. Good Luck
We start by removing front Constant Volocity Joints then dropping the transmision to access the cluch assembly then we remove the pressure plate then clutch disk is removed be advized since your replacing the cluck replace hardware too e.g. clips and thrust bearing and pilot bearing to complete the job! good luck!
try pulling it out, it should come out far enough to get at the screws. they got it in there without removing all the other stuff, so it has to come out. you may need to purchase a removel tool at a local parts store, there are several differant kinds so ask someone at the store to look at it. they should be able to tell you which one you need. they only cost a couple dollars.
Hi, if it is an early 97 12valve engine the plugs will be accessed through between the exhaust manifold sections at the front of the motor. if it is a 16 valve, then you remove the plug leads to get access undo them, then use the lead cap to remove the plugs, ie wqhen the plug is undone, push the lead cap back onto the plug, and lift it out. you certainly would not need to remove the valve cover.