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Take the plastic pillar covers off of both sides of the car, remove the screws near the air vent outlets on each side, use a panel removal tool to unclip at each side and front of the upper dash panel and pull rearward from the front of the upper panel until the clips are cleared and lift and remove the upper dash panel. Remove the speakers covers and the screws holding in the speakers, disconnect speaker wires. replace with new speakers and then put everything back in the same order after testing the new speakers.

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How do you remove radio, from my 2001 dodge neon, that just went dead, for no reason. I replaced the fuse on the side of dash board. Still nothing.


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  • Before removing the stereo or any other electrical component, it is vital that you first disconnect the grounding cable from the Neon's battery. The grounding cable connects the battery to the frame or chassis of the vehicle.

    Use a Phillips-head screwdriver to loosen the grounding cable's camp from the negative battery lead. Make sure to rest the clamp away from the negative lead post until the removal is complete.
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    Once the wiring has been disconnected from the stereo, the unit will be completely free from the Neon.

    If you plan to operate the vehicle before installing a new stereo or re-installing the factory deck; reconnect the grounding cable to the negative battery lead. Otherwise, leave the cable away from the negative lead until all of your work is completed.
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    There should be at least 2 screws that are hiden in the door panel. One around the arm rest and the other down by the light/reflector.
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