One of the greatest joys in life is cruising down the highway with your windows open, blaring tunes for all the world to hear. When you've got a broken or ill-functioning radio, however, this joy is more or less depleted: while your car will still function perfectly, the feeling simply won't be the same. Driving with a busted radio is a huge let-down (and a significant buzz kill). With the right Replacement Radio, however, you'll be able to get back the adolescent joy of cruising with your tunes - a proposition that is more or less priceless. The first step in installing a Replacement Radio is to remove the old radio. First, disconnect the battery (thereby disconnecting the electrical power source as you would if you were making an electrical repair in your house) and make sure your vehicle is in park (as no one wants to roll away mid-repair). Generally, you'll find that your existing radio has been mounted to the dash with a metal mounting sleeve or directly bolted to the dash. Carefully pry away the old radio and gently unplug the wire connections - which lead to the speakers, antenna, and battery and should be dealt with carefully. Install your new Replacement Radio by re-hooking up the wiring and following installation instructions for your new unit - and hit the road with glee! Auto part buyers desire outstanding customer support when they buy good quality automotive parts. Thus, we maintain an always-open support and help call bureau to assist you with your needs. Nobody likes to pay for shipping, so we offer completely free shipping for every order $50 and higher. If you spot a lower price elsewhere, tell us - we always beat any price advertised elsewhere.