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Old 26 Oct 2008, 01:46 pm
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Default take a headunit out of a handa civic 2002?

im about to get a new headunit and i whant to know how to go about taking the headunit out of my handa civic 2002 ex anything would help
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Old 26 Oct 2008, 02:16 pm
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you start by taking the lower dash cover off. that's the part with the storage compartment and the cigarette lighter in it. that panel just pulls out to release the clips with the panel out disconnect the connector for the cigarette lighter.then with that panel out you'll find two bolts in the front center of the upper panel that hold the audio system in. remove those two bolts. you can then pull on the surrounding panel to release the clips.just be gently when pulling on the panels and you should be okay. you'll have to disconnect all of the connectors to get the panel out to remove the audio head unithope that helps
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