How To Remove Pontiac 1996 Radio
So the radio in your 1996 Pontiac broke and now you need to know how to remove a 1996 Pontiac radio? Well, this guide is for people like you. There is no point to pay someone to remove the radio in your 1996 Pontiac when it is simple to remove the radio yourself.
All you need to get started are these materials:
- Wire cutter
- Flat Head Screw Driver or Wedge
- The first step to taking out the radio in your 1996 Pontiac is to disconnect the battery. After you have disconnected the battery head inside the car with your tools.
- The second and final steps to taking out the radio in your 1996 Pontiac is to pry the radio out by using the flat head screw driver or a wedge. Pry the radio out slowly you do not want to rip the wires out. Once you can see the wires connected to the radio use your wire cutter and cut the wires.
- When putting a new radio in your 1996 Pontiac make sure the radio is the same size as your old one. If it is not you are going to need to purchase a kit to install a smaller radio.
- If the radio you want to put in is bigger than the one that was in your Pontiac than you are going to need to move the radio position to a different location. If you have to move radio to a different position then you are going to have to rewire everything make the process time consuming.
- When putting a new radio in the same position as your old one all you need to is reconnect the wires and you are done. Rewiring everything will take at least a day or more so keep these tips in mind when buying a new radio for your 1996 Pontiac.