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Major design flaw

Cann't install batteries...back panel has a tiny phillip screw securing to radio...most people i know do not carry mini phillips screwdrivers with them...what ******** designed this thing?

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Yep, I had to dig out a swiss army type tool. If you have a glasses repair kit, that might work too.

Posted on Aug 31, 2008

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Oregon jm828wfu stopped working, no display


Mine did the same. Remove 4 phillips screws from the rear. Carefully open and expose the innards. Remove 6 smaller phillips screws from the black box exposing the battery bay. Pull out the tiny battery tension spring and clean the contacts. Refit in reverse of removal. Refit batteries- worked OK for mine.

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  • Turn the engine of the Impala off and open its hood. Use a socket wrench to remove the negative cable from the battery.
  • Remove the four screws securing the driver's side kick panel, using a Phillips screwdriver. Use a slotted screwdriver to pry out the kick panel. Remove the passenger's side kick panel the same way.

  • Remove the metal plate from the driver's side of the vehicle under the Steering wheel by detaching its two securing bolts with a socket wrench. Pull the plate off to reveal three electrical connections. Unplug the three connections.
Glove Compartment
  • 4 Open the glove compartment and empty its contents.
  • 5 Remove the two screws at the back of the glove compartment.
  • 6 Pull the glove compartment off of the dashboard.
Center Dash Panel
  • 7 Remove the two screws securing the radio and the two screws securing the A/C unit with a Phillips screwdriver.
  • 8 Remove the four corner screws of the center dash panel faceplate with a Phillips screwdriver. Pull the faceplate off.
  • 9 Use a slotted screwdriver to pull the radio and A/C unit toward you.
  • 10 Reach behind the two devices and disconnect their connections. Pull them out of the vehicle.
Dashboard
  • 11 Remove the two screws underneath the steering wheel, using a Phillips screwdriver.
  • 12 Remove the two screws on the lower right side of the dashboard, using a Phillips screwdriver.
  • 13 Remove the 10 mm bolt from both side panels with a socket wrench.
  • 14 Remove the defroster grille by pulling it out. Remove the four screws along the top of the dash near the windshield.
  • 15 Pull the dashboard off the Impala and detach the two electrical connections. Lift up the dashboard and remove it from the vehicle.

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How do you remove 2001 mazda 626 factory amp?


  • 1 Open the hood and remove the negative battery cable from the car battery. Use an adjustable wrench to loosen the cable clamp, if necessary.
  • 2 Remove the manual shift knob from the central panel by unscrewing the knob and then lifting it away. Pry the gear shift trim from the central console and then remove the Phillips screw.
  • 3 Remove the side panel to the console holding the radio at its base in the foot-well on the driver's side. Grasp the panels at the front corners and pry them from the console. Remove the single Phillips screw. Repeat the process with the panel on the passenger's side.
  • 4 Pull the center console backwards slightly from the front console of the car, revealing the bottom of the radio/climate control assembly. Remove the two Phillips screws securing the radio to the console and then pull the radio from its cavity in the front console. Unplug the speaker wires, the antenna lead, the power cable and the amplifier cable from the rear of the radio as you pull it away to remove it completely.


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    Mitsubishi Eclipse Spider Gt-S I cannot figure out how to get the fascia panel and face plate off of the radio to get to the numbers needed to retrieve the radio code. How do I take the panels OFF?


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    The stereo in the Eclipse can be removed with nothing more than a Phillips screwdriver

    Disconnect the negative battery cable from your Eclipse's battery. Remove the two Phillips screws along the bottom of the radio/climate control trim panel. Lift up the bottom of the trim panel to unlock the lower retaining clips. Work your fingers around the sides of the panel to loosen the other clips and remove the panel. Remove the four Phillips screws holding the stereo in place. Slide the stereo out of the dashboard and disconnect the wiring harness and antenna cable from the back of the device.

    Also check this link if it helps:-

    http://www.ehow.com/how_5938157_remove-eclipse-car-radio.html

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    How do get the face of my dash off a 2001 honda accord to remove my stereo


    Hello,
    To remove the center dash panel to access your radio follow these simple steps -

    1. First there are three Phillips screws that secure this dash panel to the main dash assembly.One of the screws is hidden behind the clock.
    2. The clock unsnaps from the dash panel, but requires a very small flat head screwdriver or similar flat tool. You need to Insert the tool into the side gap between the edge of the clock assembly and the dash panel. Gently pry out that edge of the clock. Insert your fingers into the gap and pull firmly to completely remove the clock from the dash panel.
    3. Now you need to locate and remove that (hidden) Phillips screw.
    4. Now look on the curved underside of the dash panel. Locate and remove those two Phillips screws.
    5. All screws securing the dash have now been removed. The plastic dash panel itself snaps into the main dash assembly. Begin by pulling gently on either the bottom curve of the dash panel or one of the top corners of the dash panel. Continue to pull until all sides of the plastic dash panel have slightly pulled away from the main dash assembly. Now pull the entire plastic dash panel away from the main dash assembly.
    6. Now turn the panel around exposing the wires attached to the back side. Unplug all connectors attached to the air conditioner controls. The radio is secured by four screws, your vehicle will either have four Phillips screws or four 8 mm bolt screws. Remove the screws//bolts and pull the radio out of the dash. Unplug the wire harness connector and the black antenna cable from the rear of the radio.
    7. The center dash is now removed and you now have full access to your radio.

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    How to remove my 2010 hyundai Tucson factor radio


    Choose the Tucson from this list of removal Instructions

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    It looks like a standard DIN radio so this might prove helpful

    Here is a videoshowing how to remove a standard radio from the dashboard. A pair of extractorsare required (available from Ebay etc ) but these can be made from 2 pieces ofbent, wire coat-hanger or 4 smalldrills(using the blunt end) or 4 small Allen Keys or 4 small screwdrivers or 4 nails or even 4darts. An assistant isuseful to pull the radio out whilst you are releasing the 4 securing clips http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=urC-4NbXvDQ note: on some radios ,these 4 holes are protected by 4 small screws. These can be unscrewedusing the appropriate of Allen key.

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    I am tryin to remove the factory radio from a 2000 Nissan Altima and install an aftermarket radio. but i cant seem to figure out a way to get the trim panel around the radio and HVAC module out. And i can...


  • disconnect the negative battery cable from the Altima's battery.

  • 2

    Pry up the trim panel surrounding the gear stick. The trip panel is held in place by plastic clips that will disengage when the panel is pried up. Use a flat-head screwdriver to pry up the panel. The panel doesn't need to be completely removed, just pried up enough to reveal two Phillips screws along the bottom of the radio trim panel.

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    Remove the two Phillips screws along the bottom edge of the radio trim panel, just above the gear stick. Remove the two Phillips screws from above the radio. Remove the ashtray.

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    Pry the radio trim panel loose with your fingers or a flat-head screwdriver and remove it.

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    Remove the four Phillips screws holding the radio in place. Set the screws aside for use later. Slide the radio forward and disconnect the wires from the back of the device.

  • 6

    Slide the cage included with your new stereo into your dash adapter. Slide the stereo into the cage and dash adapter.

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    Connect the wires from the dash to the back of your new stereo. All stereos have slightly different connections methods, so refer to the owner's manual accompanying your new stereo for the proper connection procedure.

  • 8

    Slide the stereo and dash adapter into the dashboard. Use the previously removed Phillips screws to mount the stereo in place. Replace the radio trim panel and gear stick trim panel. Reconnect your battery.

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    2. Remove the two 4 mm P1 Phillips-head screws that secure the metal tabs on the bottom center edge of the LCD panel to the display panel enclosure.
    3. Lift the LCD panel out of the display panel enclosure.
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    1. Place the LCD panel into the display panel enclosure.
    2. Replace the two 4 mm P1 Phillips-head screws that secure the metal tabs on the bottom center edge of the LCD panel to the display panel enclosure.
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    2. Use your finger or a flat-bladed tool to lift the edge of the memory/wireless LAN Minicard cover and remove it.
    3. Carefully disconnect the wireless antenna cables from the wireless LAN Minicard with a small needlenose pliers or tweezers.
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    4. Grasp the wireless LAN Minicard by the edges and pull gently to remove it.
    5. Place the wireless LAN Minicard in a static dissipative bag.

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    1. Loosen the two captive P1 Phillips-head screws that secure the memory/wireless LAN Minicard cover to the bottom of the notebook.
    2. Use your finger or a flat-bladed tool to lift the edge of the memory/wireless LAN Minicard cover and remove it.
    3. Remove the 8 mm P1 Phillips-head screw in the memory/wireless LAN Minicard compartment that secures the keyboard to the base enclosure.
    4. Remove the two 8 mm P1 Phillips-head screws that secure the keyboard to the base enclosure.
    5. Turn the notebook right side up and open the display panel fully.
    6. Use a flat-bladed tool or your finger to lift the top edge of the keyboard and slide the keyboard toward the rear of the notebook.
    7. Using minimal force, push the locking bar toward the rear of the notebook to unlock the keyboard ZIF connector on the system board.
    8. Remove the keyboard ribbon cable from the ZIF connector and remove the keyboard.
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    1. Place the keyboard right side up on the top cover and insert the keyboard ribbon cable into the keyboard ZIF connector on the system board.
    2. Push the locking bar toward the front of the notebook to lock the keyboard ZIF connector on the system board.
    3. Toe the tabs on the bottom edge of the keyboard into the top cover.
    4. Press the keyboard flat.
    5. Close the display panel and turn the notebook upside down.
    6. Replace the 8 mm P1 Phillips-head screw in the memory/wireless LAN Minicard compartment that secures the keyboard to the base enclosure.
    7. Replace the two 8 mm P1 Phillips-head screws that secure the keyboard to the base enclosure.
    8. Toe the memory/wireless LAN Minicard cover into the base enclosure.
    9. Tighten the two captive P1 Phillips-head screws.

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