Question about Car Audio & Video
Depending on which chassis model you have (there were two types in 1997), the most common radio mounting arrangement was behind the centre dash panel.
The centre dash panel (which surrounds the radio and possibly the face vents) is secured by a series of screws - these are usually visible and also possibly hidden behind an ashtray etc. Once you remove the screws, simply detach the panel (clips) from the dash assembly and withdraw the centre panel.
Once the centre panel is removed, the internal radio mount brackets will be visible. Remove the screws on the bracket to withdraw the radio (refer to diagram below):
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Posted on Jul 24, 2011
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