Question about Radio Communications
CD stuck in 6 disk unit, How do I remove radio console cover so I can remove CD unit? It is in a 2004 Suburu Legacy
most Japanese cars have this kinda system and require that tool (2 of them )
same sistem ..job done with 2 screwdrivers ..
and the ford system ..where you need a plastic lever to remove the console cover..
if you want a pair of tools like those that were shown in the first video ..they are available on eBay
Posted on Jun 01, 2010
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Ignore the instructions in the Haynes manual!! (This will tell you to remove the centre console!) Pull off (forwards) the plastic that's just clipped between the centre console & the radio console.
This reveals the 2 screws that hold the radio console on. Remove them and pull the radio console forwards to remove. I think you could remove the electrical connections - I didn't and put the radio console on one side. Remove the 4 screws holding the radio chassis to the car and pull this forward and off. Pull out the aerial lead and carefully remove the electrical connections to the back of the radio/cd unit. For convenience remove the 4 set screws holding the radio chassis brackets and set to one side. (If it's in the way, remove the 2 screws holding the black plastic under-storage tray.)
Replace with a new unit. Take the current unit apart as best you can and retrieve your cd, undamaged.
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