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2005-SE Radio AM/FM. Removal Instructions?

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Old 07-24-2010, 12:52 PM   #1
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Default 2005-SE Radio AM/FM. Removal Instructions?

Hello,

Civic 2005-SE. Auto, 4door. with standard AM/FM factory radio.

Any instructions and wiring info on how to remove/replace this radio would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you kindly !
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Remove the complete radio panel as outlined in red in the pic with a flat head screwdriver, if you cannot figure out what to do from there, then all you do is unplug wires.
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