Previa 2005, how do I remove radio??

Asked by Jan 25, 2010 at 05:21 PM about the 2005 Toyota Previa

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Hi all, please help me. I have to remove the radio in my Previa, because the cd isn't working, so a friend of mine is going to have a look at it. But HOW do I get the radio out?? It doesen't look the same as in older Previas...

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1. Remove the fuse box cover. 2. unscrew those screws on top of the control panels. 3. pull the surface(including the vents and dash board) out gentle. 4. unscrew the screws of the stand. 5. disconnect the wire of the radio 6. uncsrew the screws between the radio and the stand. All done

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the surrounding plastic unclips all u gota do is pull it off, then u will see the screws to remove the cd player

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