Stella K.: I used a butter knife (no scratches), phillips screwdriver and pliers to unclip the rivet wire clamps once ready to disconnect the old radio.
Thank you this straightforward video - knowing where to loosen and which screws to remove made this quick and painless.
DUTCH SOPORTE CORPORATIVO MANAGEMENT: thank you sr. thank you very mouch,
quadbravo: Efficient and to the point. Excellent job and thank you.
Cordoobez Job: nice thank you for this video
Joshua Harden: Thanks. Very helpful
Fernando Chapa: good vid
MikeWanDoe1: Thanks, good video
Benhur Martinni: Great job.. very helpful video..
qudjy1: Nice Video - very helpful - thanks!
Cameron Fischer: easier than I expected. I'll definitely be doing this to replace my stock stereo soon.
cognacjak: Great instruction straight to the point
Paul Crino: Very informative. Thank you. I don't recommend the tools you used on these older cars though. I just did this and the tools put dents in the dash that won't come out. This is not the tools fault but the age of the car. The dash has lost its flexibility. A stiff butter knife (no sharp edge) actually did a better job and less damage. I reiterate what you state in the video, do not use a screwdriver, that would really do damage. If the butter knife doesn't work for you then the tools are your next best bet.
bidbuytom: What is the name of the tool you are using?
John Gallagher: Great video. My ash tray had a second rubber tray over the plastic ash tray. Plastic tray was very hard to get out almost looked like one piece with the lighter but eventually came loose with alot of prying pressure. Thanks for posting.
SasiKiran Panati: Detailed and informative, thanks for uploading.
van d3l: I've seen 100 videos of "grease monkeys" who managed to show me everything EXCEPT how to remove the god damn cigarette lighter. This asian man who can barely even manage to piece together a sentence manage to answer my question by accident in 2 minutes. Good job man.
Elden Tri Lee: The radio doesn't pull out that easily. You forgot to mention the 3 clips on the bottom of the radio that needs to pop out. And that little bottom drawer was the hardest part for me. On my car (it might be because it hasn't been able to close right since I bought it) it just wouldn't come out without a lot of pulling, pushing and pleading. After getting it out it seems the radio wiring is wound so tight I'd have to use quick splicers to connect my amp. Since I'd already gotten everything out of the way it shouldn't cost too much to have a pro wire up the rest of the way.
Ken Huang: Very helpful! Thanks
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