How to-remove-car-stereo

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  1. 1. How to Remove Car Stereo? by qualir - http://www.autodvdgps.com/blog reply-pdf@qualir-mail.com date:2011-11-15 How to Remove Car Stereo? 2011-06-20 08:26:49 By qualir To remove and repair some car parts and accessories seems hard for some people. Actually it’s not so hard as someone said if you study on this. The process is very simple in some case. For example, to remove a car stereo is very easy. No matter you want repair a car stereo or replace it with a new one, remove a car stereo is something you could do it on your own. You could do this without any help of any professional and technicians. And you could save the expenditure. The following are the steps of car stereo removal. It could tell you how to remove a car stereo which is installed with clips, and is held in place with screws. Some cars come with stereos mounted on four small clips. The procedure of removing this kind of car stereo is simple and could be completed in few minutes. Invest in DIN tools, especially for car stereo removal, to removal a car stereo mounted on clips. The u-shaped tools have some poles that can be inserted in the clips stereo. Upon inserting them, you will hear a “click”, and the stereo are able to remove easily. The cable of the antenna is now being unscrewed, which is at the far end, close to the passenger side. Now break the wiring harness connector at the back of the stereo, that holds all the wires connected to the stereo, held in place by a wiring clip. These can be connected to the new car stereo. There is another kind of car stereo, named bolt-on car stereo. It is held in place or bolted by a couple of screws. This procedure is slightly longer than the previous one, but is still easy. You might require a flat headed screwdriver for a bolt-on car stereo removal, though this procedure is slightly longer. In order to begin car stereo removal, first the face area plate has to be removed, to be able to remove the screws that keep the stereo in place. To do so, you have to pull the face plate firmly but gently. There are also certain tools to remove the face plate, which you may invest in, that enable its removal without any damage. You may also use a make use of a flat head screwdriver to remove the face plate but be careful because you may end up cracking it in an attempt to remove it. After removing the face plate, you may be able to locate the screws underneath ash tray or the glove box. Remove the screws that hold the stereo in place. You may use a magnetic screwdriver to do so, so that the screws don’t fall and get misplaced. The stereo can now easily be removed. The cable of the antenna is to be unscrewed, which is at the far end, close to the passenger side. Now disconnect the wiring harness connector at the back of the stereo, that holds all the wires connected to the stereo, held in place by a wiring clip. These can be connected to the new car stereo. The car stereo can now be completely removed. Original article page link:http://www.autodvdgps.com/blog/qualir-help/how-to-remove-car-stereo/4639/ page 1 / 1Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)

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