Installing aftermarket radio

Asked by Sep 06, 2017 at 08:01 PM about the 1994 Chevrolet Lumina 4 Dr STD Sedan

Question type: Car Customization

I don't know how to remove the radio like
is there a special tool I need?? Because I
bought a MVH-S300BT Pioneer radio for
my car would I need a different wiring set
for it?

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I owned a 94 Lumina, follow the instructions here to remove the radio. Basically dash needs to be popped off, then remove 4 screws, then yes I would get a aftermarket wire adapter for your car (roughly $10-15) at your local walmart. http://www.carstereohelp.com/stereoremovalChevyLumina1.htm

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Alright so is there a special tool to remove the dash or do I need to grab both ends and pull?

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Check out Crutchfield online for installation instructions, adapters and other things you need.

Thanks

Here's the tool puller, you can get these at harbor Freight stores or Walmart too I believe. If you google search "Trim removal tools" then it will give you a bunch of options; should be around the $10 to $15 mark. I had to remove my car stereo last week in my 1994 Lumina. Just be careful on the plastic pieces behind the trim, they tend to snap sometimes, but it feels/sounds like you'll break something, but you won't. They have these clips that you pull. I found it easier to use the puller tool first part way then pull the rest off.

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