2012年6月5日星期二

Volvo 740/760 | 1985-1992 Car Radio Removal

Volvo 740/760 | 1985-1992 Car Radio Removal


Car Radio Removal
Step 1:
With a sharp pointed tool (could use a small flat head screwdriver or ice pick) remove the thin plastic trim panel that covers the cigarette lighter.

When remove the radio navigation system, you will see one brass colored Phillips screw, and one black Phillips screw. Remove both screws. You will now be able to remove the pocket.

Car Radio Removal
Step 2:
You can now remove the pocket blow the radio. You have to pull the left side of the pocket first, angling the pocket. The pocket is secured on the right side with tabs. Once the pocket is angled you will be able to slide the pocket to the left, freeing the tabs on the right. Once the tabs on the right are no longer hooked behind the dash you should be able to pull the pocket forward out of the dash. The pocket should fall near the gear shift, down out of the way.

Note: if the pocket seems like it wont remove easily you may find it necessary to pull the cover off the ashtray, then pull the cover off the fuse box located behind the ashtray. This will give the pocket extra room below it and allow the pocket to drop out of the way of radio.

Car Radio Removal

Step 3:
The car radio is secured into the dash with metal compression clips on the side of the radio. Pulling the radio will not free it from the dash. The best and fastest way to remove the radio is to insert a flat head screwdriver between the right side of the radio and the plastic of the dash. This will give the clips enough room to slide out of the dash. With a firm pull, the radio should pull forward out of the dash. (this will not damage the dash or the radio.)

Car Radio Removal
Step 4:
Unplug the antenna cable from the rear of the radio. Unplug the black connector from the rear of the radio ( this connector might be touch to unplug. Each side of the connector has a clip securing that side to the radio. You will need to push in each clip to remove the connector). If there is a round connector connected to the back of the radio, unplug it also. Pull the radio completely out of the dash.

You will know if you have amplifier in your vehicle if there is a black circular connector plugged into the rear of the radio. This is the cable that sends the audio signal to the amplifier.

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