how do i remove the stereo in my 2005 hyundai tiburon?

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Asked by Aug 04, 2007 at 12:48 AM about the 2005 Hyundai Tiburon

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

7 Answers

85

hello, the best investment for you is to go to the parts store and buy a shop manual, this will help alot, first remove the trim from around the stereo , its held with clips, carefully!!! then you will see the screws holding it in place, remove and disconnect stereo.

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ok thanks

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Pop ash tray out. Then put towards you. It's held in with clips.

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Hello there, would you by any chance know why a stereo would quit working completely when I tried to exchange it for an aftermarket one? Any help here would be great.

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don't listen to these other people about manuals and clips ..... get a 4 pound hammer and a crow bar .... I promise you, with a little effort you can even remove the engine. Hope that helped you out

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when you do get the dash around the head unit out be sure to plug all the air conditioning wires back they way they should be or you will have a big problem down the road

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