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Hi , im finding it hard to find any help or advice on how to take apart the dash etc to fit a Pioneer Avic and fitting kit, can anyone post some links if possible.. Thanks Guys
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Try this guide for starters

http://www.civinfo.com/forum/how/154...into-dash.html

there are some other "how to's" in the same section of the forum
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Thanks Mate, looks like i will be pulling my hair out tomo
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lol, it's not too bad once you work out the sequence of what needs to be removed and where the screws and poppers are plastic trim removal tools are essential.

1. Armrest first (plus disconnect the 12v socket connector) (four bolts)
2. Lever triangle cover off behind door (remove one screw)
3. Pull off cover under steering wheel (poppers holding it on)
4. Centre console surrounding gearstick (remove poppers in footwell either side) take care with clips just above the stashbox under the stereo.
5. Remove the diamond-ish shaped pannel infront of the clock display (only clips holding this but will be stiff to remove take your time)
6. Remove three phillips screws underneath.
7. Two bolts holding the factory stereo onto the metal frame underneath (you'll need to look under as it's not immediately obvious)
8. Pull out the stereo carefully (clips remaining holding it in)

All disassembled! Install in reverse, job done!

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Haha Thanks, didnt have the car today the GF had it so will do my best tomo.. Thanks for the info Think i will need it..
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Would you have any idea what size speakes i will need for front and rear, sorry been looking all over net and cant find a answer. Thanks again
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6.5" component speakers for the front and 6.5" coaxial's for the rear
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6.5" component speakers for the front and 6.5" coaxial's for the rear
You will likely need spacers as normal 6.5" speakers won't clear the window - see wiki
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You will likely need spacers as normal 6.5" speakers won't clear the window - see wiki
What he said forgot to mention those, they're cheap though spacers get the MDF ones they're the best.
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