Rubbing alcohol, laquer thinner, mineral spirits, brake cleaner, carburetor cleaner will all do. What I do to rectify this condition is to remove the radio from the dash, unplug both of the wiring harness connectors at the rear of the radio, and then plug them back in. My kids are too small to talk or remember if they did it. Make the right color and type choices of a dash kit for your Toyota, place an order and drive in pure quality! It is a bit scary, but it is the only way to remove the trim ie. . Nov 26, 2012 I have observed this situation several times.
Yo … u may have to pry farely hard to release the hidden clips holding the cover in place. Thread the antenna wire in andconnect to the back of the radio, then ti … ghten down the nut to holdthe antenna in place. The hole should be smaller than thenut that will hold the antenna on. Pull out then unhook the two wire harenessesfrom the back of the radio. Be careful not to yank it off because the cigarette lighter is still attachced. The pan should fall from the transmission.
Then remove the 4 bolts holding the radio in place. Then you put a large spring compressor on it to remove the tension. To run the antenna, I ran it through the back seat which opens into the trun … k and then onto the trunk lid. Hope I helped Try to use Toyota speaker adapter plugs so you don't need to cut wires and mess the electric system up. Thanks for the suggestion, but I already tried using a laser lens cleaning disk. I want to check if there are other small bits too that might be causing the issue again. Then pry the ring loose.
A few days back it started to play after 2 months of not working and then I saw a small piece of paper coming out. On these exceptions, you just remove a plate from the top of the strut, in the engine compartment, and pull the insert up after unscrewing a cap. Hope I helped I just did this today on my car. Then install the whole unit. If your '97 is anything like a '96,remove the radio and the compartment under it.
After all, the entire original speaker system was Harmon's? Placing items into the trunk can break the speaker connector from the mount. I still think I need to get the faceplate off. Thanks for the suggestion, but I already tried using a laser lens cleaning disk. The tube may be filled with oil. These two other connectors are the exact connectors that tie into your schosche plugs, Wal-Mart plugs or any other wiring harness adapter that you can purchase for fewer than ten whopping dollars. An unsecured connector can short the connection at the metal frame of the speaker, forcing the stereo into protection mode, which results in no audio. That is the worst of it.
The amp is a shinny ridged box under the dash against the outside of the car wall. The radio can be removed and replaced in no time with the proper adapter brackets and wiring harnesses. The silly plug fijitsu wiring harness on the back loops around once and then plugs into two other connectors. This should help you out. Its not reading the disk.
Gathering information to this system is a bloated nightmare and after 10 hours of installation problem, I figured I would post a helpful hint or two. Repeat for the other clips then hang the cover to the side which is still attached to the cig lighter. The difference between the fronts and rear is that the front may have an excentric bolt on the bottom, so that you can adjust the camber. Use caution when removing the console trim--it is a hard plastic, and too much force will snap it and render it useless. You can get them from Ebay or Amazon. Add more quality to your Toyota, installing our interior dash trim kits in your vehicle! On a very few cars, they were slick enough to design it so that you don't have to do very much. If so, mark it before losening, so that you can put it back at the same angle of rotation.
Remove 4 bolts and the … 2 wire harnesses from the back. Then you take the top plate off the strut by removing the nut threaded onto the insert shaft. Once the box and the air tube are off, the throttle plate is easily accessed for cleaning. There is about six push in clips that hold it on. We have been on the market for more than 20 years, offering our customers only best standard dash kits at a competitive price! Then there is a cap on the end of the strut tube, that allows the insert to be removed. You will notice two antenna wires of which the little mystery cable is useless and only used on the original factory Fijitsu stereo.
Dash Kits Specialty has the same approach! There is no secret to it. You can remove all off the faceplates connections once the plate is loose enough to see behind it. Wedge a panel removing tool or taped knife or such and pull and pry until the trim begins to come off. This may look like a daunting task at first glance, but in reality it's not hard to do if you follow these simple steps to remove the factory radio in most Toyota vehicles. Use a wide blade screwdriver and gently insert it between the plastic ring goes around radio and ac controls and the vinyl on the dash. If your new gasket is rubber, I don't see a need for sealant, place the new pan in place with the gasket on it by screwing the bolts in by hand loosely in a criss-cross pattern until all bolts are in.
I cut a circular black of wood that looks about the size of half a soda can. The cleaning disk loaded just fine, but nothing happened for maybe 30 - 45 seconds, and then the disk ejected on its own. My kids are too small to talk or remember if they did it. It may just be it needs replacing and has broken Nov 10, 2009 the light is located on the sides of the number plate,if you look to the sides of the reg plate you will see plastic covering the light you can remove it by opening trunk to see how to remove the cover on the back to get to the globe,its common for them to not work after time just need to replace the globes Nov 09, 2009 You need to remove the entire air cleaner box, and the tube that runs to the intake manifold to clean your throttle plate. The only additional mod i needed was to allow for the addition necessary headroom required by the larger component.