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How to remove the factory stereo from a 2001 Kia Sephia

I was directed to www.kia101.com by multiple sources but apparently no one realizes that the site has been down for a while. Anyone know where I could find some instructions on this?
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Old 10-14-2007, 12:24 PM tjdurden is offline  
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i never understand why people don't contact the dealer's service department when it comes to minor stuff like this...
Old 10-14-2007, 12:29 PM Paints is offline  
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i never understand why people don't contact the dealer's service department when it comes to minor stuff like this...

Do you honestly think that a dealer wants to give you free advice to help you work on your own car??
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Have you tried www.kia101.com?
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Do you honestly think that a dealer wants to give you free advice to help you work on your own car??

QFT, the most they're gonna tell you is that a "special tool" is involved and you have to bring it in. Little do you know that the "special tool" is hard, long stealership cock and they're gonna ram it up you ass at 80$ an hour.
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post a picture of your dash
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i don't know, i asked my service manager bunch of questions on how to remove airbox, cabin airfilter, brake job.. etc etc, he just gave me a part number and brief how to..
Old 10-14-2007, 02:12 PM Paints is offline  
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Do you honestly think that a dealer wants to give you free advice to help you work on your own car??

maybe the guy i talked to last was extra nice, it was a honda dealership and he gave me everything i needed + a few tips to work on my mom's 97 honda accord...granted its a 10 year old car but he didn't give me any answers. i was also pretty good friends with the subaru dealership guys in alaska.
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Old 10-14-2007, 03:04 PM prometheum is offline  
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Could also ask a car audio installer...
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Same goes for car audio installer
These are places of business, they are not your personal consultants. Although some may be nice and give you information, most will not as they are there to turn a profit, pay the rent, all that jazz
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Circuit city did a good job with my speaker install on my saturn, YMMV though.
Old 10-14-2007, 11:26 PM Kimbalee is offline  
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http://www.carstereohelp.com/stereoremovalKiaSephia.htm

maybe that will give you a good starting point
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http://www.installdr.com/

don't know if you'll find what you need here
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When I did my wifes Kia Spectra I used http://www.kiatechinfo.com/index.asp
Just sign up and it has all the repair info in there.
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