To remove the radio, you need a long phillips screwdriver, a short stubby phillips screwdriver, and a 1/4 inch hex nut driver or socket.

1. Remove the radio knobs.
2. Remove the two screws at the top of the radio cover plate or bezel.
3. Grasp the very bottom of the cover plate below the heater controls and pull straight outward. The bottom of this plate is held by two threaded studs that push into barrel clips just below the heater controls. Sometimes it takes some strength but do it slowly. It should pull straight out. This exposes the metal bracket that holds the radio in place.
4. Remove the two screws just below the radio on the metal retaining bracket.
5. Remove the glove box door support cable with the stubby screwdriver and carefully let the glove box door drop down.
6. Reach in through the glove box door opening and remove the nut holding the radio at the rear.
7. Remove the screws from the bottom of the side plastic trim pieces, pull the radio out a bit and remove the trim pieces.
8. Carefully pull the radio straight out of the opening enough to reach the rear of the unit, disconnect the wiring and antenna cable, and pull the radio out..