Grant Bowen: Would this interfere at all with my climate controls?
Mario Garay: Nice thanks
fabricated hero: Thank you...now I can just buy the part for aux and do it myself
Solo So: Nice helpful video. Thanks
Kenneth Johnson: Really appreciate this informative video. Managed to replace my audio unit
and added the IPOD/Auxiliary jack adapter while I was at it! Thanks!
Rob Baylis: Great video. Thanks!
youtuber: Many thanks - great project for my son and me
bigmads: hello, is a nice video. what is the name of the tools plastic?? thank you
Innocent Musa: Thanks Man... you good. But wait a minute! were can I get the special tool
fazzal7: Thanks man...i plan to put in phone integrating system. Could you recommend
quality system one for my 2006 honda acoord?
MrRUSTYBOOBOO: Hi, lovely explanation, but how can i pull out a stuck disc inside without
dissembling the whole thing??
apple22597: I used a 4" drywall trowel. Worked great!
vvbnv: Thanks man helped alot
Jimmy Brooks: Very informative, I took my Honda to the dealer yesterday and she said it
would cost 750.00 to 1000.00 to remove and repair my DVD player. I thought
this sounded ridiculous.
nicatrucho: Very informational; Straight forward, and to the point. Thanks for the
ta2fiend: thanks for the info!
infojamboree: Thanks, that was very informative. But can an aftermarket stereo be
installed in the Accord. It doesn't look like it.
DAN DIVIRGILIO: what is the tool you are using
ExpensiveGarbage: The only one that he could suggest is what ever one YOU choose based on
what YOU want in a radio. lol But Pioneer makes some of the best ones in my
opinion. They have those built in digital equalizers for maximum sound
manipulation instead of the standard "bass, treble" control on the average
after market radio. The only thing I will say also is that this car only
takes single din radios because no one makes a double din size dash kit for
after market installs.
wutangps3: Can a after market deck be installed to the car? I have it all bought for
the car to get a aux input but it dont seem to work.
spanner snapper: great information. It saved me a load of time thanks
SportUTE97: Took me longer than 15 minutes but overall helpful to show the order to.
Removing the vent portion proved most difficult to me. You'll need a
flashlight and *Magnetic* screwdriver as well.
ChronoTriggerX: Me love u long time
Justin Fayer: Thank you. Very helpful.
caedmonn5: It's a nylon pry bar tool. You can get a variety 4-pack from Harbor Freight
for $6 or any online retailer. Essential for car audio DIY
zia2233: excellent mate
Francisco Gonzalez: Thank you, excellent video, it help me a lot.
Batar Ragchaa: bayarlalaa.
FlamencoOz: Thank you very much for this
m.salman jawaid: thanks alot it help me alot in removing my tape...
mongoliangana: The tool called "stereo removal tool/dash removal tool". Look on Ebay.
mongoliangana: I would install something made from Japan if I'was looking for aftermarket
radio with hands-free phone.
tgawron2233: Thanks so much I was having trouble with my stereo now I can change the
Shamsul Nazriq Supaat: great. can u show how to remove stereo honda odyssey RB1
martik778: Thanks, just got mine apart. The stock stereo sound keeps shutting off but
with a couple taps it's back on. Do you know a fix? Bad solder joints
maybe? but where are they?
nmerrick: Thank you!! Short and sweet
brendon4664ify: Thank you so much you save me time and money from paying someone to do it
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