GMC Envoy Car Stereo, CD Changer and Bose Amp Removal

 
GMC Envoy
How to Remove Car Stereo
   

Speaker Phasing
Installing Aftermarket Speakers and Proper Hook-up

Speaker Phasing
Font Left   Front Right
+ Tan   + Light green
- Gray   - Dark green
     
Rear Left   Rear Right
+ Brown   + Dark blue
- Yellow   - Light blue
   
NO AUDIO
With aftermarket stereo installation?
   
Erratic Volume Control
DIY Repair
   

GMC Envoy
How to Remove Lower Dash CD Changer and Bose Amplifier

1) Pull side center console panel from console releasing clips. All clips release with pressure.
1) Remove side panel.
1) Gently lift center console insert up to release clips.
1) Lift center console insert up, twist and lift over gear shift and set to side.
1) Remove two exposed screws at top of opening from center insert removal.
1) Remove two exposed screws in side cavity.
1) Lift arm rest, remove pocket insert.
2) Remove contents from center console.
1) Lift mate and remove from bottom of cavity.
1) Remove two exposed bolts.

*Note - A piece of paper placed into 10mm socket will lock nut into socket for removal without dropping nut into cavity during removal.

1) From side panel removal see connector.
1) Lift lever arm.
1) This will release connector.
1) Set Parking Brake and shift to low gear.
2) Lift back of center console up.
3) Pull back from front of dash and lift over gear shift for removal.
1) Place center console on ground to continue.
1) Turn center console up side down.
2) Remove screws securing Clarion CD changer to center console.
1) Pull side panels from Clarion CD changer and remove CD changer from center console.

Bose Amplifier Removal Instruction

1) From opening on top of center console, release trigger on Bose amplifier connector and remove connector.

1) With center console up side down, remove screws securing Bose Amplifier from center console and remove.

   
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Most common stereo problem for single and 6 CD players, CD clicks while attempting to eject, will not play or accept CD's. See Car Stereo Repair.
   

Front and Rear Speaker Removal presently not available.

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