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How do I remove a KEH 2730R Car stereo from my car

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dinomb
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SOURCE: setting clock

Setting the time
This is used to set the time on the unit’s clock
display.
1 Press AUDIO to select the time.
Press AUDIO until the time appears in the display.
2 Select the portion of the time display you
wish to set with
2/3.
Pressing 2/3 will select a portion of the clock
display:
HOURMINUTE
As you select portions of the clock display the
portion selected will blink.
3 Select the correct time with 5/.
Pressing 5 will increase the selected hour or
minute. Pressing ∞ will decrease the selected
hour or minute.

Posted on Mar 30, 2008

Mike258
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SOURCE: I have a very old

Hello Maddeshi

There are two power inputs. Normally a red and a yellow.

The red is hooked to the IGN power. When you turn off the vehicle, radio turns off too.

The yellow should be connected to the battery (+12VDC) so it always has power. This is how it keeps the memory, the time.

It sounds like the are both hooked to IGN. Each time the vehicle is turned off, the memories are lost.

Your post says, "When I turn off the radio". If this happens with the vehicle still running, we have to dig a little deeper.

Hope this helps you,

Mike




Posted on Jul 28, 2008

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SOURCE: removal of 57 plate x type jaguar car stereo

unclip plastic surround from gear stick, then remove ash tray - i know i didnt think it sounded right either...carry on...remove plastic cover now thats hiding 2 torx screws, remove them.
at the top of the unit near the hazards, that little section pops off to reveal 2 more torx 60? screws, remove them, and it will just pop out.  the unit looks like it could just slot the stereo part out but you cant.

Posted on Nov 30, 2008

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SOURCE: pioneer car stereo mod KEH-2250QR

if you have a wire harness from the original install then they are 99% of the time just color coded or you can order a replacement manual from there website http://parts.pioneerelectronics.com/model.asp?modelNum=KEH2200QR

Posted on Dec 09, 2008

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SOURCE: Chevrolet Cavalier Car Stereo Removal Instruction

take off defroster grill

take out the two screws under the defroster grill

remove dash side end caps

remove one scre from each side

In the glovebox area remove the two golden colored bolts they are up through the hole in the top of the glovebox

then there are three more screws right were the top of the glovebox door would be if it were closed

lift up on the dash and pop out the locater pins above the gauge cluster

then remove the dash cover

then remove the dash face by removing the screw on each side of the gauges and the last one to the right of the center vent (these go down from the top)

then unclip from around the radio and unplug the wires and remove the face

then unbolt the radio and remove

assembly is reverse

Posted on Mar 28, 2009

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Hello Maddeshi

There are two power inputs. Normally a red and a yellow.

The red is hooked to the IGN power. When you turn off the vehicle, radio turns off too.

The yellow should be connected to the battery (+12VDC) so it always has power. This is how it keeps the memory, the time.

It sounds like the are both hooked to IGN. Each time the vehicle is turned off, the memories are lost.

Your post says, "When I turn off the radio". If this happens with the vehicle still running, we have to dig a little deeper.

Hope this helps you,

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