1962 radio removal

by Tony

I need a step by step on removing the radio in a 1962 Covette. Thanks a lot

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Sep 28, 2019
Radio removal on 62 NEW
by: John

Hi there. I have a 62 that I re-done and installed the Radio. From what I remember, start by disconnecting battery cable. Take the knobs off and lossen the nuts. Under dash, disconnect the antenna wire, the light wire, the power wire & the speaker wire. There is also a bracket to hold the back of the radio. Disconnect this bracket. I don't remember if the speaker or anything else is in the way. If not, finish taking the nuts off and very carefully slide out the radio. Anything else in the way will have to be moved. Depending on your memory, write down the order you did things and reverse it when reinstalling it. Good luck. Hope this helps.

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