Date: 4 Oct 2006 19:57:28 -0700
From: chris.cleelandnospaml.com
Subject: Re: '94 900S - How to remove dash


don.schencknospaml.com wrote: > I can pull the radio without pulling the dash? > > Sweet. > > Time to break down and get that Haynes manual ... The radio is easy to pull, as is the SID once the radio is out. To get the radio out go to AutoZone or Pep Boys or some other consumer-oriented auto parts store and purchase "radio removal tools". You'll get a pair of U-shaped wires about the gauge of a wire coat hanger. These get inserted into the holes along either side of the radio, then bow them outwards and pull on them at the same time. Once the radio is out (doesn't even have to be disconnected), recah your hand in, back behind the cage that holds the radio, and reach your fingers upwards. You should feel the back of the SID or the wiring harness for the SID. Pull that towards you, and the SID should just pop right out. If it's been awhile since the radio's been out, you might have to coax it out from behind just like you did the SID. The way to do that is from the opening below, which is where the climate control is. If you have the automatic, then it's easily removed by removing one of the blank plugs below it, and reaching your finger in and pushing it out. If you have the manual climate control, I can't help you b/c I've never worked on one of those. Good luck, -cj

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