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CD changer removal

I need to get the changer (located right under the climate controls) out but cant figure out how. Do I need to remove aal plastic to get at it?

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Yes, Pull the plastic panel that covers the radio (goes from the hvac to the bottom) and the there are two or three screws holding the radio in. Pretty easy to do.

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