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TomsToy

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Trying to remove the radio reciever for the Bose system in my 92. I got the lower passenger trim panel off (like the good book says), loosened the nuts on each side of the reciever, but darned if I can get the reciever to move. Anyone got a tricks to removing this animal.
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vigman

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There IS a secret

IF memory serves.....

the module has a black plastic PIN ( Like on the ECM) on it's side I believe and there are connectors that HAVE to be removed BEFORE you take it out.


If I remember correctly.


Will look in book!


Vig!
 

vigman

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Connectors on BOTH sides

Are the heat sinks facing you..... there are connectors on both the sides 3+ antenna on one

two on the flip side.


Vig!
 

vigman

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Lastly

They ( The Good book ) makes mention of a hook & loop fastener.....


But the legend is shrowded in mystery!


Vig!
 
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TomsToy

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Hey, thanks to all. Don't know what I'd do without your wealth of information.
Tom
 

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