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Take the dash off to where you can get to the radio, then unplug it. and i recommend that if you are going to put in a new radio. get a wiring adapter for you car model from walmart or a system shop, they keep you from cutting and splicing your wires, i did the same to an alero and a civic for a couple friends...
Posted on Aug 03, 2008
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