dmbnorthphilly: Where did you get your radio dash kit from?
DAcanyousaymreyes: will a double din fit?
Toni Turkanen: Thanks for your help! :)
Ash2theB: Thanks my cd player stopped working in my 01 so, now i'm trying to replace it
eddie947: I did this in my corolla but I replaced the cassette player on the top instead of removing the storage area. Nice video by the way. Thanks
Anthony Starfield: That is good advice, thank you.
Mark Wieleba, my high school buddy and car repair wizard, said, "The negative cable comes off first and goes on last."
ejeepin: Plastic "blue trim tools" from Harbor Freight work great. Chevy Prisms had the Delco radio down below so should interchange whichever location.
sweetdrummer: You should always disconnect the negative first. Once it's off the battery, the ground path for the entire vehicle is interrupted and current can no longer flow, even if the cable touches a metal surface. If you disconnect the positive first and you touch your wrench to a metal surface, you will arc the battery and instantly turn your wrench red hot. So have fun with that
jimmygangster2013: also another thing i'm just wondering is if i put my aftermarket stereo in will the stock CD player still work? or would i have to rig some sort of a connection to it? just wondering if you would know i know very little about car stereos
jimmygangster2013: my car is the way this guy was talking the radio itself is above the AC controls and the 6disk changer is under the controlls with the storage compartment on top of the CD player right above the cup holders but would you be able to do a video just for the sake of showing how to get to where your CD player is which is where my stereo is if you could?
SChassisTuning: How do I pop out the Face plate that houses the factory stereo? Putting in an aftermarket one.
eduardo carranco: hope u can help me whit a problem... ill try to clean my cigarrette lighter n i touch accidently whit the screwdriver n some wrong turn off my stereo and the clock u know wtf can happen or what can i do??
danieldiasmauro: Nice video, helped me twice already (when I bought the car, and now, I'm about to sell it). This Corolla here In Brazil the Japanese imported (AE111), the stereo is just above the A/C controls, It is possible to put a aftermarket stereo (It comes with a Alpine, but it can't read MP3). I saw that on the US model there is no way to take it off...
Well, thanks for the video!
danieldiasmauro: I just thought the same... =)
Cynthia Francis: Glad to know I'm not the only one who has the "ninja oil" problem. Thanks for the video. Two months before I plan on getting a new car, my stereo goes out. I'd rather not pay an arm and a leg for a car that's not worth it. Just wanted to make sure I wouldn't break the plastic cover if I tried to pry it off.
David Maxwell: I'd suggest removing the RED (hot) terminal. If the one you took off contacts metal (ground), there will be electricity moving through and you can still get a shock. Otherwise, thanks for the great info.
joeytheflash: Bro I have a 01 Chevy Prizm it should be the same install right?
Joseph Wheeler: where did you get that dash kit?
Charlie Brown: That easy! I feel like a fool! I was about to spend 60.00. Ty
Zepcono: Because, at least on my 2002 Corolla, that IS where the stock radio was, the CD player (stock) was in the slot above the main vents