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I am trying to remove the dash of a 2006 suzuki liana. I need to install a new car radio. The old one is already removed, but the wires are to short. Only solution is to take off the dash

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you just have to pull on it a bit, there is clips behind it. they are a little tricky so be careful, but ou have to use a bit of force

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