Question about 2003 Cadillac CTS
How I can repair or replace the Cd player in a Cadillac CTS. How I can remove the panel to take apart the CD player?
First remove the trim where the top vents are located above the radio there are no screws just pull. Next there are two 10 millimeter bolts that hold the top of the radio remove them. Next remove the ash tray or tray next to the cigarette lighter (under the radio and climate controlls). there will be a 7 millimeter or 9/32 screw through a hole (behind where you removed the ashtray) remove this screw then you will be able to remove the trim below the radio and climate controlls. Next remove the 10 millimeter bolts on the bottom of the radio cluster, you will now be able to remove the radio and climate controll cluster. BE CAREFULL NOT TO SCRATCH YOUR DASH SHIFT LEVER OR RADIO CLUSTER. In most cases there is a 10 amp fuse on the back of the radio. Chances are it is not blown and you are on to the next step. Remove the cd player out of the cluster there will be a part# on it google it and there is a good chance you will find one available. Either way the are available you just have to find them you may have to search electronic parts houses to find what you need. Good luck!
Posted on Oct 30, 2008
Take it to a consumer's electronics show, save yourself a real hard time, the dealer will recommend you one,
Posted on Sep 13, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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