Installing a radio need a little help.
I'm in the process of exchanging my Bose Cassette for a Bose CD. I have the console and dash trim removed and the 7 mm bolts off of the radio. How do I remove the antenna and the other connectors? Are there any tabs I need to depress to pull the wires off of the old unit? There are two groups of harnesses and the antenna wire, they are all pretty firmly attached. I don't want to pull very hard and there isn't a lot of room to see the back of the unit, although I am looking at the back of my Bose CD, if anyone has any suggestions.
Each connector has a tab to hold it in place.
The antenna lead will just pull straight out of the back.
Originally Posted by c4c5specialist
I had detailed info. up to taking out the radio. Thanks so much for your help!
Welcome to the CAC. I am glad that you found the information that you needed. Be sure to check out all the features found here. There is a great deal of information.
Come to the CruiseFest in June and make new friends.
Save the Wave!
I have inherited a Torch Red C5 Corvette (mixed emotions) and found this site. What a wealth of info. and really good people.
Originally Posted by DRTH VTR
Thanks so much!
By ReggieD in forum C4 Technical and Performance
Last Post: 11-09-09, 11:27 PM
By blubulit in forum C5 General Discussion
Last Post: 05-08-05, 07:24 AM
By pgtr in forum C3 Parts For Sale / Wanted
Last Post: 10-31-04, 04:53 PM
By netnarc2 in forum C4 Technical and Performance
Last Post: 05-26-03, 10:37 AM
By taylorj in forum C3 Technical and Performance
Last Post: 05-08-01, 12:05 PM
Owned and Operated by © 2000-2013 Corvette Action Center | |
© CORVETTE is a registered trademark of the General Motors Corporation & Chevrolet Motor Division. Neither Chevrolet Motor Division nor any subsidiaries of GM© shall bear any responsibility for CorvetteActionCenter.com content, comments, or advertising. CorvetteActionCenter.com is independent from GM© and is not affiliated with, sponsored or supported by GM©. Copyright/trademark/sales mark infringements are not intended, or implied. All Rights Reserved