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Toyota camry 1993 model- fujitsu car radio

How to take out the car radio from its console? radio brand fujitsu, car model toyota camry ultima 1993

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You are going to have to remove the center console, remove the screws, this should make the dash screws visible. Remove those. You'll have bolts on the bottom of your dash, below your steering wheel. Remove those. There'll be screws underneath that remove them. You should have clips all the way across your dash. You'll have to probably remove any knobs on your dash. But your whole left side dash will have to be removed. If you are uncomfortable with this; please consult car audio dealer for help. Once you have your dash removed, unclip your wires running to your dash lights. You should be able to pry the center of your dash off now. Find the screws holding your radio in. Now you should be able to replace your radio. Let me know if you have any further issues...

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