Question about Pioneer Car Audio & Video
Disconnect the negative battery terminal to
prevent an accidental short circuit. Open
the center armrest door. Unclip the parking
brake trim panel. Unclip the gear shifter trim
panel and remove the panel. Remove the
climate control knobs. Remove the climate
control trim plate and (2) Phillips screws
exposed. Unclip the dash trim bezel and
remove. Remove (4) Phillips screws
securing the factory head unit and
disconnect the wiring.
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
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