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Getting to the 6CD Deck

Old 11-12-2005, 03:14 AM
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Default Getting to the 6CD Deck

New Sebring owner. I have a 98 Limited Convertible and need to take out my 6 CD Changer for repair. I was able to take off the woodgrain piece but that next peice appears to be the whole hunk around the instrument cluster. And I'm definately lost as how to get the lower console parts off. Anyone have suggestions while I'm waiting to get a manual? Also, what year...97 or 99 is closest to the model 98 year in case I can't get a 98 service manual resonabily. Thanks in advance!

Old 11-14-2005, 12:03 PM
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Default RE: Getting to the 6CD Deck

the 99 is closer... Okay, I'm going to do this as specifically as possible... Remove all screws around the deck... All of them, remove the ones that look like they hold the dash in place there, then, take the fuse box cover off and remove that screw... there may be 2 more below on either side of the steering column... Once all screws are out, grip the top part of the dash above the steering column where is curves, and pull firmly toward driver seat... should pop right out. Now, look at the CD changer, there will be the changer, and a metal plate on top of it... slide out and down, then disconnect the 12V output and the coax for the changer... you're done... good luck getting it back in... I have done this operation on my car about 6 times...
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