Radio Removal


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Old 12-01-07, 04:29 PM
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Radio Removal

Hello i'm replacing the radio in my 1994 plymouth acclaim. When i removed the panel covering the radio i noticed there was a wire attached to the panel. I'm not sure what this wire does and / or how i go about removing it. ( I stopped here in case it was like a sensor that triggered an airbag or something) I included a picture below of it. & in case ur wondering the car doesn't have an alarm.

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Old 12-01-07, 06:21 PM
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Originally Posted by kingjim9
Hello i'm replacing the radio in my 1994 plymouth acclaim. When i removed the panel covering the radio i noticed there was a wire attached to the panel. I'm not sure what this wire does and / or how i go about removing it. ( I stopped here in case it was like a sensor that triggered an airbag or something) I included a picture below of it. & in case ur wondering the car doesn't have an alarm.

http://img81.imageshack.us/my.php?im...071738afa2.jpg
Looking at the picture, it looks a lot like an interior temp sensor. Do you have automatic climate control? Meaning, electronic control, digital fan control etc? I am certain it is not part of the safety restraint system. No chance of the air bags going off. If you are only doing a radio, and you dont know how to unplug it, push it off to one side.
 
 

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