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Factory installed radio/casette player 1992 honda accors

How is the factory installed radio removed from the dashboard ?

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  • t_d_wilson Apr 11, 2009

    Hello, I am having trouble getting to the mounting screws that are holding the radio in from the back.. I have removed the console, ashtray, ashtray holder, but how the heck do I remove the two screws in back?

    Thanks in advance for any advice ^_^

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You should disconnect the neg. battery cable and disarm the air bag. Remove the floor console and the front console panel, remove ashtray and ashtray holder, remove 2 screws holding the radio at the rear of the unit, carefully push unit out the front of the dash. When it clears enough, disconnect the antenna and multi pin connector. Remove the unit. Reverse to install. Enjoy the new sound system. countrycurt0

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