Compact hatchbacks and sedans like the Aveo have long been a part of Chevrolet’s lineup. Ranging from the Vega hatchback of the 1970s to the Chevrolet Metro and Aveo of the 2000s, these small city cars made maneuvering through heavy traffic a little easier, and were easier on the wallet at the pump. Your 2005 Aveo’s radio has an anti-theft system that requires a four-digit code to work after you remove it, so make sure you have access to this code before pulling the head unit out.
Things You’ll Need
Flat-head screwdriver, Ratchet, Socket, Inch-pound torque wrench