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pedro9474

Head Unit Removal

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Hi Folks,

What is the best way to remove the headunit in the auris without damaging anything,The problem i had was one of the Speakers in the rear wasn't working so i thought it was possibly a damaged speaker so i purchased new ones but when i tried the wires from the car to my new speaker and it still doesn't work so i just wanted to check the rear wires on the headunit to make sure they are secure.

Pedro

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Hi Pedro,

My advice would be to go the Toyota techdoc site - hope the link is allowed, otherwise go from Toyota homepage and then 'Owners' and then 'Vehicle Information' then Service Manuals. Some are free, some you have to pay for.

http://www.toyota-tech.eu/?1=2&id=http://techdoc.toyota-europe.com/&catname=&zone=-1&menuid=12811&sr=Mall&wtValue=accnav51

If you look under owner, installation manuals, sat nav you should find instructions for installing the TNS510 Sat Nav which shows how to remove the head unit.

Personally I would look for another connector which may have come loose before taking out the head unit. As the wires into the head unit are in a large multi plug I would not have expected one speaker to work loose, you would have more of a problem. It is not impossible though and may just be a high resistance connection. I just think it worth isolating the other options first.

Best of luck, will be interested to know how you go on.

Peter

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Thanks for the replies guys hopefully i will get this all sorted out soon.

Pedro

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