Do It Yourself Chevrolet Caprice Classic Car Radio Removal

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Do It Yourself Chevrolet Caprice Classic Car Radio Removal

1.1) Open glove box.
2.1) Remove screw at left side of glove box opening.
3.1) Remove screw at right side of glove box opening.
4.1) Remove screw along top left of glove box opening.
5.1) Remove screw along top right of glove box opening.
6.1) Remove three screws along bottom edge of glove box opening.
7.1) Remove glove box cover and set to side.
8.1) Pull top edge of glove box down to clear glove box latch.
9.1) Pull glove box from opening.
10.1) Remove one wire from glove box light. This will lower the drain on the battery while completing the stereo removal.
11.1) Locate heater control cable at back of glove box cavity.
12.1) Remove screw securing cable.
13.1) At end of cable is peg and locking washer.
14.1) GENTLY pry washer from peg to release.

Note - This is an older vehicle, plastic can be brittle, pry gently so you do not break peg!

15.1) Lift heater cable up.
16.1) Release heater cable from peg.
17.1) Remove one screw top left of heater controls.
18.1) Remove one screw top right of heater controls.
19.1) Open ash try and push release down.
20.1) Remove ash tray and set to side.
21.1) At bottom of ash tray opening, forward of ash tray mounting plate, remove one screw.
22.1) Remove second screw at ash tray assembley.
23.1) Lift face of car stereo up.
24.1) Pull face forward to release tab at bottom of car stereo.
25.1) Pull car stereo and heater controls forward from dash.

Note - There is very little play when pulling the assembly forward. Start with the cables easily accessible and work toward the cables that are shortest. The following step sequence may change depending on your vehicle.

26.1) Top center of heater control, lift trigger on main connector.
27.1) Release connector.
28.1) Left side of heater control, release triggers on top and bottom of connector to remove.
29.1) Vacuum lines left of top center on heater control has one lock washer.
30.1) GENTLY pry lock washer from peg.
31.1) Remove vacuum lines.
32.1) Top right of heater control is a second set of vacuum lines. Locate lock washer at top right. GENTLY pry lock washer to remove from peg.
33.1) Bottom left of same vacuum lines locate second lock washer.
34.1) GENTLY pry lock washer to remove from peg.
35.1) Remove vacuum lines.
36.1) Locate exposed connector below removed vacuum line.
37.1) Bottom of connector, pull trigger down to release trigger.
38.1) Remove connector.
39.1) As vacuum lines and connectors are removed this will allow the heater controls and stereo to come forward for better access to the remaining connectors.
40.1) Remove antenna from car stereo.
41.1) Lift trigger on connector at back right of car stereo, remove connector.
42.1) Back left of car stereo, squeeze trigger into blue connector to release and remove.
43.1) Back left of car stereo, squeeze trigger into white connector to release and remove.
44.1) Back left of car stereo, squeeze trigger into black connector to release and remove.
45.1) Remove car stereo.

Note - To remove car stereo from heater controls, remove all screws along edge of frame from back side of assembly between heater controls and stereo. Car stereo pushes forward out of mounting frame.

   
   
   
   
   
   

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