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check if there a small hole in each side of the radio, insert a small screw driver in each hole then pull the radio. If no holes , check you dash if there a knobs for a/c remove the knobs there is a nuts hidden under it.
Below the radio is a panel held on by two knobs labelled "driver" and
"passenger." Unscrew these knobs to get to the radio battery cover.
Remove the battery cover with a phillips screwdriver and replace the
Below the radio is a panel held on by two knobs labelled "driver" and "passenger." Unscrew these knobs to get to the radio battery cover. Remove the battery cover with a phillips screwdriver and replace the batteries.
The Amp stays on because you have a constant 12V to the Remote. If your stereo remote is no longer working then run a wire from a 12 volt source that turns on and off with your ignition something like your radio fuse in the vehicle fuse box. As far as the Bass Knob if it is connected properly and still not working check the line for wire kinks or cuts that may have happened during installation if you cant find any problems you can get a universal bass knob that plugs via your RCA cables for under 20 bucks. Hope this gives u some ideas.