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Old 11 Dec 2008, 12:31 am
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Default 2002 Acura 3.2 TLS Factory Stereo Removal?

I like to upgrade my back center bose subwoofer in my acura 3.2TLS... and put in a after market in with a single channecl amp. I know i have to get a sound proccessor because i still want my factory stereo..but still i need to be able to remove the factory stereo...so i could get to the harness and be able to connect to the sound processor...can someone guide me or point me to how to remove the stereo ...a professional way...instead of breaking any parts or my shiny wood dash?thank you
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Old 11 Dec 2008, 12:46 am
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Pull straight up on the wood trim on the side of the console. Start at the rear of the trim near the armrest pad/storage door. Once you get that off you'll see all the screws to remove the rest.
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