02-22-2013, 08:48 AM
Join Date: Apr 2010
Location: S. Orange County, CA
Originally Posted by jono6406
I guess it must be some dog-gone trade secret or something!!!!!!
It's not a secret. With the lower cubby door open, reach in and pull out the HVAC panel. It attaches at the 4 corners with compression pins. Be careful as you disengage the corners. I would also recommend protecting the cubby edge and HVAC panel lower edge with some painters tape to prevent scratching but this is not required if you are careful. Unplug the HVAC panel and set aside.
There are 2 Phillips head screws holding the lower 2 corners of the radio fascia, as noted they are easy to lose so be careful. There are special drivers that can help with this, also.
With the screws out, reach in behind the radio and carefully pull it out - it is still attached at the top corners with compression pins.
That's it. It is actually very easy to do, a 2 minute job.
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