Detailed Instructions for installing additional power outlet:
The top plate in front of the window, with the grill, has no screws, you just pull it up. It will snap out. It is best to do it by hand. Don't grab the grill. There is an area, on the side that you can get your hand under to lift it out.
Once you lift this grill out, there are two screws on top of the console cover to remove, and there is one screw in the ash tray. Then you can pull the console plate off. Now, you have access to the radio, the Air control, and the cigarette lighter.
Once you remove your console cover, you will see four screws for the cigarette lighter cover and the Air template. If you remove the four screws for the cigarette lighter, you can pull it out about 4 to 6 inches. This will allow you access to the wires behind it, from the front. Then, you can drop the aftermarket cigarette lighter with attachments, behind the radio(once you pull it out a little), and you can unscrew the air template and pull it out a little to help route the wires. It is best to unscrew the front screws on the radio and pull it out enough to get your hands behind it. The wires behind the radio may need to be lifted with your hands to get them out a bit more. The shortest wire is normally the antenna connection, and you may need to disconnect it for more room, to get your radio out more. I was able to just lay my radio vertically on top of my shifter, without removing the radio connections except the antenna connection which I disconnected. Of course everything is a little different if you are removing the stock radio. Because, the connections are different. You can route the wires to the hole behind your cigarette lighter, and tap into the wires(positive-red and negative-black) on the lighter from the front once it is pulled out a bit. It's fairly easy. It took me about thirty minutes with my aftermarket radio.