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How to Change the Radio on a Toyota Corolla

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For nearly 50 years, the Toyota Corolla has been among the best selling sub-compact automobiles in the world. With its reputation as a reliable and practical car, combining fuel efficiency with ample performance for its class, it is reasonable to expect Toyota to manufacture Corollas for years to come. When Corolla owners outgrow their factory installed stereo system, they can turn to the service of an audio professional to upgrade their radio, or they can replace it themselves for a fraction of the cost.

Tools Used: Tools, Phillips-head screwdriver, Trim panel removal tool, Wiring harness adapter, Faceplate adapter

Change the Radio

Disconnect the battery cable from the negative lead post using a Phillips-head screwdriver. Loosen the cable’s clamp and remove it from the lead.