Place it to the side. Just got back from a 2400 mile road trip and the Bose speakers rocked. You must use a cloth covered big screw driver as shown in. Once you get the end of it released, you'll need to put the key in the ignition, turn it till the air comes on, put foot on the brake and move shifter knob into the neutral position. Note, I did not get a complete set of pictures when I first did this tear down on a 2002 Maxima, so I have supplemented some of my 2002 Maxima pictures with those from a '96 Maxima tear down. By the way I had emailed over a dozen other online repair shops and choose you because you sounded the most honest of them all.
You did a great job!! This information is posted for informational purposes only. Make sure you are slightly pushing the side of the plate inwards while you do this. The radio and its factory mounting bracket will be free. Holding this panel from underneath the radio controls, Pull piece outwards. What is your situation that you need to replace an airbag? Just got back from a 2400 mile road trip and the Bose speakers rocked.
The door will unsnap along the bottom edge by laying down and looking for where the snap is and use a regular screwdriver to pry it loose. You'll find connections that connect to the. Unhook the hazard light connection. To put back in, screw 4 gold screws back in, put whole panel piece back in first by inserting clips on top edge back through their holes, then slowly lower front edge down while making sure top edge stays flush with rest of dash. There is a screw behind the insert, as shown in Figure 7 below, that must be removed.
The quality and speed of your work is impressive. Then you can see the 4 bolts that hold the stereo brackets in. Then the portion that goes around the stereo will unsnap off which exposes the screws. Remove lower half first, then pull out upper half. I received my stereo back last week and installed it and it sounds better than it ever has.
Pull it off and to the side. This information is posted for informational purposes only. You were right about never sounding so good, thanks for your help. Just got back from a 2400 mile road trip and the Bose speakers rocked. Make sure you are slightly pushing the side of the plate inwards while you do this. Maxima, the technique is the same. I've seen alot of radio mods and want to do some myself but i haven't seen anyone explain how to get the panels off and in what order.
This fuse supplies power to the Tail Lamp Relay which is located in relay box 1. Unscrew the stereo from the dashboard using the Phillips-head screwdriver. I will give you the tracking number if you need it. Unscrew them with a Phillips screwdriver. I will not hesitate to recommend Willman's to anyone requiring expert analysis and service. Start at the back, then using a small flat-head screwdriver, work the piece off by wedging the screwdriver between the trim and the plastic behind the handle to release the clips. Can't say enough about your service.
You just need to pull down on that plastic piece. That screw needs to come out. You will be impressed with what you've done when they're back in. Unclip the panel under the driver dash by pulling up and away from the dash. Lift up the whole plate to completely release.
What we do here is use a regular screwdriver and gently pry out right where the bend is between the vents and the lower part. It's brackets will have to come out 1 screw each side. Remove those screws and the assembly holding them together should slide out, though, there will be wire harnesses connected to the back of the units. Well I am installing a head unit in my buddies maxima. I personally think it is a mistake to put another amp and speakers in it. You are top notch and if there is anyone that I know in need of your service I will definitely recommend your service to him or her.
Please let me know when it arrives and what you find out about what is wrong with it. It has a cut out area for you to pry to pop that piece out - use a light to see it clearly. I got it re-installed today and everything seems to be in working order. Remove those 2 screws and the rest of the dash piece that surrounds the stereo will snap off. It may take a couple tries to get this last part right. To my surprise, the installation was very easy -- the only problem I had was removing two machine screws from the side of a bracket on my old radio which caused some considerable frustration.
Pull it up to pull the shifter trim off the console. But, don't be fooled by that statement, they are repairable and will be fine. The driver side has an extra screw that is visible only after the long plastic piece with power windows on it has been popped up and out. Step 4: Reinstall the panel in reverse order. Now, the dash piece will move more but it is tricky to get the bottom part out from the bottom, you have to kind of help the lighter socket wiring get past the solid dash piece that stops it. It takes patience but if can. Once this is done, there is a small gold clip holding the handle in place, remove this and handle will slide off, remove this as cone-shaped piece.