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I want to get to the back of my radio to plug in amp cords.

I'm not sure how exactly to get the get radio out. i'm guessing i'll have to remove part of the dash but not sure how and where.

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The plastic trim that your radio sits behind will pop out, you may need to use a flathead screwdriver, once you have done this all you need to do is pull the radio out and unplug the antenna and wires, if the wires are not labeled I would label them (this will save you a lot of time if you are putting a new radio in)

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