Question about Car Audio & Video
Start removing the fascia that is the silver plastic panel on top,try not to damage it, but if this happens the part is not very expensive to replace. To do this pry trim panel from
the dash releasing all clips with pressure.
Remove the two screws located below the car stereo. This are securing the unit to the dash.
Remove the car stereo module from the dash.
Disconnect antenna and release triggers connectors to disconnect.
Follow procedure in reverse order to refit new stereo.
Here also an interesting thread with few hints on wiring problems on 2005 Mariner.
Here connectors, wiring harness, spares and all parts eventually needed.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
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