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Old 11-21-2017, 11:54 PM
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There is a nut on the back that holds them in. Try to reach up from the passenger side under the dash, or you could take out the glove box to get a look at it.
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May be a stud on the back of the radio, pull you glove box down and see if you can see look in the back, should be a little triabgled piece of plastic
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I found the nut on the back of the radio but can't get to it from below. Not thru the removed glove compartment or otherwise. Any other ideas on how to get to back of radio? Seems like I should remove venting from the top but dont know how.
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I believe I took out the ash tray
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Take the dash pad off and remove the speaker.
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