Re: [DML] Radio
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Re: [DML] Radio



That makes more sense...  I wondered about that since my stock radio was 
never very "secure" in it's location (a lot of play).  The shafts simply 
bolted to the radio faceplate, which was edged into the opening send 
kept tight by the mounting bracket in behind.  When I replaced the stock 
radio with a newer one, I saw that the opening was a DIN-sized 
(approximately) rectangle, rather than the solid plate with two-shaft 
holes & a small cut-out as I had experienced in other older cars.  Looks 
like the p.o. of my car at some point had a newer radio installed at 
some point...

- ed
1982 DMC-12 (11594) in Toronto

Gus Schlachter wrote:

>If you can remove your radio through the front, then a previous owner 
>modified/replaced the metal frame.  The stock radio was the dual-shaft 
>type and had to be installed from the back of the panel.  Many owners have 
>cut this opening to allow the installation of a modern radio.
>
>
>Gus Schlachter
>VIN #4695
>Austin, Texas
>
>
>  
>
>>The radio should just come out from it's own slot, no?  Mine was mounted 
>>    
>>
>>from the front of the console panel, so it slid right out, which may or 
>>may not be the correct way...  Sounds like your radio may be mounted 
>>from behind the center console panel, so I am assuming that's why you 
>>want to pull it out the air vents' slot (the radio's opening is too 
>>small for the body of the radio?)?
>>    
>>





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