Screwdriver to pry it out, ducktape to hold it in.
Hey that's great! Nice site - the one I gave "used" to be free but he just recently started charging for it but the guy is a nice guy, I've called him and he'll give free phone support if you need it but you can't beat free!TAckhouse1 said:ugh, I hate working on Honda Radios. I swear the purposely make them as hard as possible to remove.
Case in point, my friends 92' civic hatchback, had the radio screwed in with two screws on a back metal lip of the radio, it was impossible to find an adapter bracket, so he ended up having to "wedge" it in there.
On my brothers 97' Accord, getting the radio out required haveing to remove the entire center console (from inbetween the front seats), and then dismanteling the center dash.
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By the way here is a free set of directions, with pictures
^Select the .pdf for the 96-98 install.