Question about Car Audio & Video
Now replace the factory radio with any after market one, run the speaker wires to the location of factory amp and connect wires to all speakers.
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If its a 2001+ Stratus Coupe first you need to remove the 2 bolts on the left and right sides of the lower middle dash assembly, these are at the very bottom of the assembly close to the center consuel (were your gearshift knob is. Once you remove those the assembly around your stero will come off. After that its just a matter of unbolting the stereo, sliding it out and removing the wireing harness in the back.
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