Re: New User and Question
If you're going to do it yourself, you should check out Crutchfield (crutchfield.com). When you buy a car radio/gps, car speakers or whatever from them, they include detailed installation instructions written for the year, make and model of your particular vehicle. If you need to remove dash panels, the instructions will tell you how to do it. Their web site will also tell you what will and what won't fit in your dashboard and that can save you a lot of time, money and headaches. They have great support folks, too!
A tip: If you have to remove dashboard panels or trim pieces, get a set of plastic Trim Panel tools. They're cheap and are designed to remove the trim panels without damaging them. Wedging a screwdriver or using a hammer claw is pretty much guaranteed to break, tear, chip or crack these panels. Crutchfield has these tools and you can probably find them at an auto parts store.
I have no connection with Crutchfield other than I've been a very satisfied customer for over 10 years.