Get stereo out: Pull really hard. Stick a butter knife in the slots and slowly pry it off. Pictures would be nice. A quick google will tell you. Is it like this:
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If that picture is the actual 1995 dash, then there are 2 8mm screws in the back of the factory radio holding it in. You have to be agile and use a ratchet to get them out. Good luck.
If the dash is much more modern, then start by pulling off the center armrest. Once the armrest is away from the emergency brake, two screws will be exposed from the black plastic around the shifter. Take those out and remove the black piece carefully.
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94-97 are all the same
Will's right on the second part but he missed a few steps.
Inside the armrest there's a little flap that covers up 2 screws. Remove those.
On either side of the rear part of the center console there's 2 screws. Remove those 4 screws.
Pull out the cupholder and there should be 2 screws in there too. Remove those twol
The center console should now slide back.
There's two screws on the black piece of plastic that goes up around the shifter and radio that are screwed into the front of the console. Remove those.
Pull up on the plastic bezel where you removed the screws. It should pop up around the shifter and it also needs to pop out where the clock is.
Unplug the clock and hazard switch and then remove the 2 8MM bolts on the metal bracket under the bottom DIN slot. If you use an aftermarket dash kit you'll never have to do this again unless you want to put that radio back in.