Some Honda CR-V models come standard with an XM radio option, while others do not. If you wish to replace your Honda CR-V's stereo with an XM radio, or any other radio, you need to remove the initial radio from the vehicle. Thankfully, removing the CR-V's stereo is a simple process, as it is only held in by a few bolts. The entire removal process should take no more than fifteen minutes provided you have the proper tools.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Things you need
- Phillips screwdriver
- Socket wrench
Remove the four screws from the centre dash cover trim. There is one screw in each corner of the cover trim and they can be removed with a Phillips head screwdriver. Pry the trim from the CR-V.
Remove the four bolts securing the radio to the CR-V. There is one bolt in each corner of the radio requiring removal with a socket wrench.
Pull the radio from the vehicle. Reach behind the radio and disconnect its wiring connector.
Remove the radio from the vehicle. Installation is the reverse of removal.
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