The manual says the following;
<div id="M9E01CM" align="left">Cluster Molding
(Left-Hand Drive Shown, Right-Hand Drive Similar)
Disconnect the battery negative cable.
Remove the cluster molding from the instrument panel.
Disconnect the hazard lamp switch connector.
Remove the screws and the audio system
The screws for the radio are hidden behind the cluster moulding. If it's fitted in the same way as the facia panels in my Captiva, then you'll need some plastic trim removal tools and it's a case of jiggling and cajoling the panel out- care andf time rather than brute force and ignorance are the order of the day. If you're a bit squeamish about it,I would simply stick it into a garage or audio specialist and have them do it, as it's not fore the faint-hearted.
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