Here’s the view with the radio out of the way (though it is still connected). Use a small screwdriver to pop-off the hazard flasher button. It’s already off in this picture.
Two screws hold the radio in place, and these are removed next. Once they are removed, use a small screwdriver to pry the radio mounting tabs on each side until the radio can be pulled free from the console. Unplug the antenna cable and (optionally) the harness connectors.
It’s a bit of a squeeze, but you’ll have to reach your hand in to the upper left of the radio cavity and feel around for the switch, then use the small screwdriver to push in on the tab to release the switch and harness. Pull it out, pop the old switch out of the harn- ess, push the new one in, and put everything back together in the reverse order of removal. The whole job shouldn’t take more than an hour. That’s all there is to it.