Question about Car Audio & Video
In order to remove the Cd player, you need to follow the mentioned steps carefully.
Step1 Disconnect the cable from the negative battery terminal. Turn the retaining nut on the cable clamp counterclockwise to loosen the clamp until it can be pulled off the negative terminal.
Step 2 Wedge the screwdriver under both console panels in the center of the dash and pry them off. There are several retaining clips holding these in place.
Step 3 Remove the two screws holding the shifter panel in place.
Step 4 Pull the back of the shifter panel up, while pushing the front of the shifter panel down. It will come partially loose, but you will not be able to remove it due to the shifter being in the way.
Step 5 Remove the screws that are now exposed just below the traction control panel.
Step 6 Disconnect the wires attached to the panel.
Step 7 Pry the trim up from around the heating and air conditioning controls as well as the radio. If your Malibu is equipped with wood trim, remove this.
Step 8 Remove the screws holding the heating and air conditioning controls and the stereo in place.
Step 9 Pull the stereo out of the dash and remove the electrical connector in the back of the stereo.
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Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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