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Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable.
Remove cup holder.
Remove trim panel above cupholder by pulling straight out.
Remove center instrument panel trim panel.
Remove screws holding radio to instrument panel.
Pull radio rearward to gain access to the back of radio (RADIO).
CAUTION:Pulling the antenna cable straight out of the radio without pulling on the locking antenna connector could damage the cable or radio.
Disconnect the antenna cable by pulling the locking antenna connector away from the radio (ANTENNA TO RADIO).
Disconnect bolt holding ground strap to the radio (if equipped).
Disconnect the wire connectors from the back of the radio.
Why are you trying to change the headlight? Is it broken?
If you are trying to change the bulb, because it is burned out, that is done from the rear of the housing. You have to exercise a bit of care getting the old bulb out and putting the new one in, but is it not difficult. If you are removing the right-side (from the driver's position) bulb, remove the battery (make sure you have your radio anti-theft code if you have one of those radios). Reach behind the headlight assembly, grasp the bulb holder retaining collar, turn it counterclockwise, then pull out the bulb/holder assembly. To remove the bulb from the holder, simply pull it straight out of the holder. Reverse procedure to lock the holder into place.
Removing the headlight housing is somewhat more involved. There are five bolts that hold it in place.
Easiest is if you remove the ash tray/cup holder first and than push out the radio from the back.
1.Slide out ash tray/ cup holder to max.
2. Depress slides on top (both sides.
3. Remove 2 or 4 screws that hold radio in place.
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This is slightly tricky. Start by removing the trim
around the shifter, its friction fitted so it will pop off with gentle force. Then you
can remove the larger piece
of trim that surrounds the shifter and extends up to the cup holders, I found that prying from the cup
holder end seems to work best. Now you will be able to remove the trim that
runs down the side of the center consol
and includes the cup holders
and power plug, you undo the 2 screws near the shifters then pry it off down the
sides and pulls clear from the dash. Only then can you undo the bolts that hold
down the bottom of the
radio frame. From there it becomes aloteasier. Push on the frame where you just pulled the
bolts out of while prying gently at the radio consol. The whole thing will come out the factory
unit comes out easily then you can put your dash adapter (schoche makes a
decent kit) and aftermarket unit in.