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Thread: 2003 Pontiac Aztec Stereo Removal

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    2003 Pontiac Aztec Stereo Removal

    My cousin has a 2003 Pontiac Aztec, and can't figure out how to take it out. It is double din. He wants to remove it to put an LCD instead for his carputer. Any ideas would be appreciated. I personally didn't see any Removal holes, like in my 1993 Mercury Sable (Easy as pie). If pics are needed, let me know!

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    pics would be real good
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    big effing hammer. should get it right out.

    seriously tho I don't know. Knowing pontiac (i used to have one) there's probably ton's of little plastic clips and few screws.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shakes
    big effing hammer. should get it right out.

    seriously tho I don't know. Knowing pontiac (i used to have one) there's probably ton's of little plastic clips and few screws.
    LOL

    For some odd reason, the server isn't letting me upload the pics. What is the size limit?

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    All GM cars whose radio's are not phisically part of the trim have to have the trim removed. BTW Last I knew GM used DIN and a half radio's not double din

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    Quote Originally Posted by aleromaster
    All GM cars whose radio's are not phisically part of the trim have to have the trim removed. BTW Last I knew GM used DIN and a half radio's not double din
    Oh, yeah, I meant Din and a half. I must have had a Brain fart when I was writing. Thanks for the advice!

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    blow up the aztek, they are total pieces of ****.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Squeezer
    blow up the aztek, they are total pieces of ****.

    I wish, I hate the way it looks, but this is what my uncle and aunt bought for him. So lets try to give some helpful answers.

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    Try to pry the radio trim out.
    This radio is similar/the same as the one on Pontiac Vibe and Toyota Matrix. The radio openning is a little wider than standard double DIN.
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    GM cars just snap together, so just pry it off. Make sure not to break the fragile clips though. The first time is always the worst, it will be tight.

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