My SO has a 2003 Yaris, and I'm trying to fit an FM modulator to it so she can listen to her iPod. I spent an hour swearing at the dashboard yesterday, and completely failed to get the stock HU out, so I'm wondering if anyone has managed this? Suggestions on the net led to me pulling off the heater knobs, and removing the two screws under them - you can then pull the upper part of the centre console away from the dash. The stereo itself is in the lower part of the centre console - it appears to be a standard DIN unit mounted behind a large plastic moulding, which includes the ashtray and lighter. The plastic moulding is held in with clips on either side at the bottom, which come out when you pull, but the top of this moulding would not budge - and I was tugging as hard as I dared. There are two screws which mount the brackets on either side of the stereo which are visible when you've removed the upper section of the console, and two more which mount the lower end of these brackets that you can get at via the ashtray - having removed all 4 of these, the stereo was definitely moving in the bracket, but nothing I tried would make the top part of the plastic moulding over the stereo detach from the dash. Grateful for any advice - it may just be that I wasn't pulling hard enough, but it really felt as if there was something solid holding it in!