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well thats in the FSM. easy peasy
stock radio , we cant do non stock. (vast )
i guess step 4 is it?
heater control page.
Disconnect the negative battery cable.
If equipped, disable the air bag system. (skip)
Carefully pull the knobs off of the control levers.
On Sidekick, Tracker, Sidekick Sport and X-90 models, grasp the trim panel and pull it off of the instrument panel.
electronic version not analog
remove ash tray, and hidden tray screw and tray guide
Pull the heater control lever knobs off of the levers.
On 1996-98 models, separate the heater control trim panel from the control unit by pulling it straight away from the instrument panel. Allow the trim panel to hang loose.
Open the ashtray, then depress the ashtray retainer and remove the ashtray from the sliding track. While it is removed from the vehicle, now would be a good time to wash it out.
Loosen the two retaining screws, then remove the ashtray track from the instrument panel center trim bezel.
On 1989-95 Sidekick and Tracker models, remove the trim panel (Bezel) by prying it carefully away from the instrument panel.
On 1996-98 models, remove the center trim bezel from the instrument panel by loosening the four retaining screws and maneuvering the heater control trim through the appropriate hole. Set the bezel out of the way.
Use a screwdriver to loosen the one rear mounting bracket-to-radio screw; access can be gained to this screw through the ashtray hole.
Remove the four radio front retaining screws, then pull the radio out of the instrument panel just far enough so that the electrical connections on the rear of the radio can be accessed.
Detach and label the wiring from the radio. Also, detach the antenna cable from the rear face of the radio
pull radio. now. (if stock if not stock look for locks)
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The many different design interiors make it
impossible to list each fastener location. The trim panels that must be
removed are held in place by screws and clips. These locations vary from
model to model. After removal of all the fasteners that you are aware
of, if the trim panel is still firmly attached, you probably missed a
hidden fastener. If this happens, gently and carefully pry the area
looking for the location that doesn't flex. The location that does flex
is where you'll find the fastener(s) you missed. Screws and retainers
are usually hidden. Handle trim, reflectors, light lenses and other
plastic pieces usually cover the main retaining screws. Take great care
with the plastic trim panels. Plastic trim panels are usually very hard
plastic and extremely easy to crack. The following steps can be used to
guide you through the removal and installation of the trim panels, but
you may need to alter these steps to your specific needs.
Disconnect the negative battery cable.
Pull the inside door handle to the open position, unfasten the
screw and remove the handle escutcheon.
If equipped with manual locks, remove door inside locking rod
If equipped with manual windows, insert a suitable window
regulator handle removal tool behind the handle. Disengage the retainer,
then remove the handle.
If equipped with power windows and locks, use a small flat-bladed
prytool to carefully pry the switch plate up, then detach the power
component electrical connectors.
If equipped, remove the screws inserted through door armrest and
pull handle assembly into door inner panel or armrest hanger support
Lift the seat belt trim panel up and remove the hidden retaining
Remove the outside side view mirror trim plate retaining screw.
Lift the panel up to disengage the retaining clip, then remove the trim
panel from the door.
On styles with courtesy lamps located in the lower area of the
trim panel, disconnect the wiring harness at the lamp assembly.
If equipped, use a suitable tool to pry the reflector plate from
the side of the door panel.Remove bottom trim cover retaining screws, then remove the lower
Remove any necessary electrical connector CPA clips, then unplug
the electrical connectors.
On styles with integral armrests, remove the screws inserted
through the pull cup into the armrest hanger support.
Unfasten the door trim panel retaining screws. The locations of
the screws will vary depending upon the year of model of vehicle. The
screws are usually hidden, so be sure to look carefully to make sure you
don't miss any.After all of the trim panel retaining screws are removed, slide a
suitable trim panel removal tool between the door panel and door
perimeter to carefully disengage all of the trim panel retaining
buttons. Make sure to position the tool close to the fastener, or the
trim panel may be damaged.
Carefully lift the trim panel away from the door, checking to be
sure all of the retaining buttons and screws and electrical connectors
Before installing the door trim panel, check that all trim retainers
are securely installed to the panel and are not damaged. Replace damaged
retainers as required.
Connect electrical components where present.
To install the door trim panel, pull door inside handle inward;
then position the trim panel to the inner panel, inserting the door
handle through the panel hole.
Position the trim panel to the door inner panel so that the trim
retainers are aligned with the attaching holes in the panel, and tap the
retainers into the holes with a clean rubber mallet. Install all
previously removed items.
Install the remaining door panel components in the reverse order
After installation, connect the negative battery cable, then check
for proper attachment and operation of electric components, if so
*It's a bit tricky but not difficult, if you know how the dash in the Park Avenue is put together. But before you do anything, safety first. *Disconnect the negative cable from the battery before doing any electrical work on a car. This prevents shorting out your cars electrical system.
*If you own the 90 -91 Park Avenue model, simply pull off the decorative trim away from the radio to expose the torq screws that hold the radio into the dash. You will need a torq screwdriver of the right size to remove the radio. Available from your local autoparts store.
*If you own the 91-92 model, it's a whole different ball game. This since the dash is much more tightly compacted. It's a combination of a snap together assembly and Torq screws. The dash is held together in columns or sections.
*The torq screws on these models are hidden behind the heater vents in the upper dash. First pry the wooden trim (Which surrounds the climate control module) on the bottom of the dash off, gently but firmly until it comes free, exposing the Torq screws on the lower dash. Remove the heater vents (hiding the upper screws ) by popping them out with a straight blade screw driver. Then remove all Torq screws visible to the eye, only from the column that is holding is holding the radio in place.
*You will then be able to remove the black colored plastic off the dash to expose the radio. (Use care when removing the lower dash column as some climate control and airbag sensors might be embedded).
*Remove all Torq screws holding the radio in place, (and keep track of all screws) pull the radio out of the dash, and disconnect electrical connectors. If you'll be replacing the stock radio with a non factory radio, make sure all electrical connection watch up, since security feature in the radio are integrated into the radio. (some of these effect basic function on your vehicle like the headlights) If you will be reinstalling the stock radio, you will have to have it unlocked by the dealership. The DelcoLoc system will now think the radio is stolen, because of it's internal security features. Installation is the reverse of removal.
check if there a small hole in each side of the radio, insert a small screw driver in each hole then pull the radio. If no holes , check you dash if there a knobs for a/c remove the knobs there is a nuts hidden under it.