You can also do it without removing your car radio, but it seems more complicated, requiring tools to find the car radio code. On this model, the car radio is usually attached to the dash with four screws (the top screws). Once the four screws are out, you simply push up and down to remove the base. Step 5 - Remove the radio cover
The radio cover is removed next. We'll fit the four square slots into a container that's suitable for our extraction keys. Each slot has a spring, which you can press down to pop out the radio cover.
Time to start picking up the tiny screws. You'll probably have to use a small screwdriver, or you can use a conventional screwdriver. Make sure that the screws are in the correct order. Let's start with the one on the top left. Remove the screws one-by-one, beginning with the smallest.
Once you have removed all of the screws, it's time to remove the radio. Insert your keyhole extraction tools and press the plastic cover to the left. Now, remove the screws and take out the radio. d2c66b5586