Peugeot 405 Manual

Radio/cassette player - removal and refitting
Body electrical system / Radio/cassette player - removal and refitting


Radio/cassette player with DIN fittings
Removal
1 Disconnect the battery negative lead.

2 Carefully prise out and remove the small plastic trim panels at each side of the radio/cassette player (see illustration).

20.2 Remove the plastic trim panels from the sides of the radio/cassette
20.2 Remove the plastic trim panels from the sides of the radio/cassette player . . .

3 Insert the removal tools into the holes provided at each side of the unit, until they lock into position. This will release the securing clips (see illustration).

20.3 . . . then insert the removal tools . . .
20.3 . . . then insert the removal tools . . .

4 Using the tools, pull the unit forwards from the housing, and disconnect the wiring connectors and the aerial lead (see illustration).

20.4 . . . and withdraw the unit
20.4 . . . and withdraw the unit

5 Withdraw the unit from the facia.

6 Note that some units may have a bracket and rubber buffer fitted to the rear panel. If a new unit is being fitted, transfer these components to the new unit. The buffer sets the depth of the unit in the housing, and prevents the security cover fouling the cassette during insertion and ejection. These parts are available from dealers if they are not fitted.

Refitting
7 To refit the unit, reconnect the wiring plugs and the aerial lead, and push the unit into position until the securing clips lock. Ensure that the wiring harness and aerial lead are routed so that they cannot rub against the unit casing.

8 Refit the plastic covers to each side of the unit, and reconnect the battery negative lead.

9 Where applicable, to activate the unit, enter the security code in accordance with the manufacturers instructions.

Radio/cassette player
with Peugeot fixings
Removal
10 Disconnect the battery negative lead.

11 Open the radio/cassette player cover panel.

12 Working at the top of the unit, carefully prise off the trim panel to expose the two holes provided for the removal tools (see illustration).

20.12 Prise the trim panel from the top of the radio/cassette player
20.12 Prise the trim panel from the top of the radio/cassette player

13 Two removal tools will now be required.

These tools can be made by cutting a standard DIN radio/cassette player removal tool in half. Alternatively, use two pieces of thin metal rod, with grooves cut in the ends to engage with the retaining clips (see illustration).

20.13 Make up two removal tools - note slot (arrowed) in end of tool
20.13 Make up two removal tools - note slot (arrowed) in end of tool

14 Insert the removal tools into the holes provided above the unit, until they lock into position. This will release the securing clips (see illustration).

20.14 Insert the removal tools in the holes at the top of the radio/cassette
20.14 Insert the removal tools in the holes at the top of the radio/cassette player

15 Using the tools, pull the unit forwards from the housing, and disconnect the wiring connectors and the aerial lead.

16 Withdraw the unit from the facia.

Refitting
17 Proceed as described in paragraph 7, then refit the trim panel to the top of the unit, and reconnect the battery negative lead.

18 Where applicable, to activate the unit, enter the security code in accordance with the manufacturers instructions.


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