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Generic problem for all In Dash Receivers

Thank you so much for responding, its a cd player/radio/cassette player that was factory installed. The face plate does not come off.
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Usually you haave to take the molding compoanants of the dash off. there are several brackets and torx screws that hole the dash to the sub frame. this is a tedious task but use patients and you will be able to remove the top of dash. the molding along the inner windshield must be removed as well. keep me posted as to the result of whether the bad connector or wires are the problem. please rate this thanks

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