how does the stereo come out?????

Asked by Feb 11, 2015 at 07:00 AM about the 2005 Kia Rio Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

the stereo stopped working,all of the fuses in the car and in the engine compartment are
ok,at the same time the clock stopped working as well.Has the stereo got its own fuse at
the back?

3 Answers

6,505

check around on ebay for your year stereo, make sure the picture is for the same one, look to see if there are additional pictures. You could also look on a wiring diagram to find the ground wire and connector to the car body, clean it, reconnect and see if it works then.

120

The plastic dash parts pop out surrounding the radio. You have to be careful not to gouge the plastic with tool, perhaps several small flat screwdrivers. The snaps will not break when you yank it straight out. Then you'll see the hardware that holds radio. I think many Kia radios have planned obsolescence.

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thanks for that great help,now i can see if the stereo can work if not put a new one in.brilliant

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