Step 1: Ripping out the old unit
To get the radio out you have to remove a few parts of the dashboard that are in the way. On Jeeps it isnt too hard, there is just the instrument panel bezel that has two screws and clips. I was able to take it off in about three minutes.
The radio itself was held in place with two scews, so taking those off, it slid right out. Thankfully the previous owner used an after market wire harness adapter on here to put the old radio in so wiring it up will be a breeze. it just unclips off the harness, pop the antenna wire off and out it comes. (your experience may differ as more is involved with newer vehicles)