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Removing Toyota Corolla 1990 Car Stereo

I'm having hard time removing my car stereo for corolla 1990 model. Can anyone tell me how, thanks a million.

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  • gc_salandana Dec 23, 2008

    Thanks djmac, i will try it and update you if i was able to pull it out.

  • E1S9 Feb 09, 2009

    Hi,

    Did it just come out by using a flat head screw driver?

    Could you post any more info?

    Thanks heaps!

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The plastic frame around it should snap out with a flat head screwdriver to get access.

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