Stereo Accessory Installation Guide 2004 Toyota Prius

The following guide describes how to disassemble the dashboard of the 2004 Toyota Prius in order to remove the stereo to install aftermarket accessories. It is geared towards installing a Neo CD-changer to RCA (aka line-in) adapter, although what you install after disassembling the dash is up to you (see pg 11 for a discussion of various options). It was based on disassembling a Prius without a factory CD changer or tape deck, though I would guess that the process wouldn’t change much if either of those components were installed. It was written by an average Prius owner who has no formal electrical or automotive maintenance training, so use at your own risk.

Disclaimer: The author of this document and anyone who distributes it do not warrant or assume any legal liability or responsibility for the accuracy, completeness, or usefulness of any information, apparatus, product, or process disclosed. Any disassembly of or modifications made to your vehicle using this guide are done at your own risk and are not recommended or endorsed by the author of this document or its distributors. Such disassembly or modifications may damage your vehicle, void its warranty, or cause personal injury.

With those warnings in mind, I have disassembled my dash twice without damage to my vehicle, and I have done my best to make this guide as clear and easy to follow as possible. I would normally recommend disconnecting a car’s battery before exposing its internal workings, but I do not know if it is possible to disconnect the Prius’s huge battery array, or if trying to do so could cause damage to the car. My battery remained connected during my two dashboard disassemblies. Download free Stereo Accessory Installation Guide 2004 Toyota Prius pdf here

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