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Old 07-29-2007, 05:34 PM   #151
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Re: HOW TO: Remove Front/Rear Dash and Install Deck, Remove Door Panels

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Cody, I'm already sick of seeing your interior man lol
teach people to search and we wouldn't have to re-visit it all the time for visual aid for those who have no idea wtf they are doing...
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Old 08-05-2007, 07:27 AM   #152
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Re: HOW TO: Remove Front/Rear Dash and Install Deck, Remove Door Panels

lol $6 for 2 leds!? You're looking at the wrong ads man, I find 2 leds for $2.50 total all the time.
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Old 08-05-2007, 08:01 PM   #153
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Re: HOW TO: Remove Front/Rear Dash and Install Deck, Remove Door Panels

Thanks for all the info, will be helpful for when im rdy to tear down my dash.
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thx this post helped alot :] : cwm27:
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Re: HOW TO: Remove Front/Rear Dash and Install Deck, Remove Door Panels

I experienced the wild speedometer and fuel gauge problem that is common to these cars in my 2004 Sunfire. I found that the pictures and directions in the OP were not quite the same as my car, so I offer the following 2004 Sunfire addendum to help others needing to open their dashboard and replace their faulty instrument panel (NOTE: I got a brand new set off eBay for $29 plus shipping from a guy that has sold 100's of these clusters).

1) Remove center defroster vent cover with screwdriver (pops off easily).

2) Remove philips head center screw (not in original pics) and 2 bolts beneath defroster vent cover.


3) Gently pry off the full width trim piece closest to the windshield (held on with quick release clips).

4) There are 4 more bolts to remove across the top of the dash, one near the pillars, and 2 brass bolts near the passenger side airbag cover.




5) Use a philips head screwdriver to remove the single screw holding on the passenger side trim panel.


NOTE: There is not a bolt behind this panel (unlike the OP cav instructions)

6) Use a philips head screwdriver to remove the single screw holding on the driver side trim panel.


There is a single bolt behind this panel, just like the cavs.

7) Take off the center console cowling - just remove the 2 screws on the side of the glove box that hold on the center console cowling and it will swing to the left.


8) Remove the bolt behind the console cowling near the ignition switch.


9) Remove the 2 philips head screws that hold on the glove box metal trim piece


10) Remove the 3 bolts beind the glove box metal trim


The dashboard should now come out quite easily.
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Re: HOW TO: Remove Front/Rear Dash and Install Deck, Remove Door Panels

So for my 96',all I need is a new deck mounting kit and antenna adapter?Do I need a new wiring harness or should that come with the aftermarket stereo?Thanks for the write up classicrocjunkie!saved me about $150 in install fees!!
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really good information!
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Re: HOW TO: Remove Front/Rear Dash and Install Deck, Remove Door Panels

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i am runing it threw the fuse box i finnaly got it to work ran the remote wire threw the wipper fuse and spent 25 bucks on the rca Converter to speaker wire and it works but then i can 2 subs it only beats with less then half power so i unhooked one and it beats fine just gotta do that till i go buy my new deck. gl to the rest of you
Here's one thing im stumped on, i need to wire my cd deck to the wiper fuse, how do i go about doing this?
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