Question about 2003 Pontiac Grand Am
It's actually very simple. The dash panel around the radio head unit, which includes the key switch bezel, just pulls off. Pull carefully around the key-switch bezel and the ring around the key switch should pop out along with the dash panel. You'll probably need to shift out of park to get the shift lever out of the way, and you'll need to unplug a few plugs from the back of the dash panel. After the panel is removed, the head unit should just unscrew from the sub-dash mounting.
Posted on Aug 21, 2008
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