Question about 2007 Chevrolet TrailBlazer SS
To remove the radio you need a philips head screw driver and a 7mm socket or drill attachment. first remove the philips screw to the left of the cigarette lighter outlets in the shallow pocket, then remove the (2) philips screws above the speedo cluster. now on the flat panel below the steering column pop out the two caps on the top left and right and remove the 7mm screws from each spot. pulling the top of the panel below steering colum back you will have access to (3) philips screws, two on the left of the steering wheel and one on right side of the steering wheel. turn the truck on and lower the steering wheel all the way down and just carefully pull the radio bezel away unplugging all harnesses and adapters. you will now have accessto the radio which just is held in with (3) 7mm screws, two on the left and one on the right...i hope this helps you out.
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
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