Question about Audi Cabriolet
I don't want to pay $65 to $125 for a repair manual to remove a radio. The local Chrysler Dealership will swap out the old CD Player fro a rebuilt for a minimum of $400.00. Got to be better way. Any help available??
You just lift the bezel around the shifter then pull the bezel from around the radio the only screws are the 4 that hold the radio to the dash... you can buy an adapter kit so the replacement aftermarket radio will fit great in the opening if you were going to use aftermarket radio... you can get your fixed or exchanged by a company called united radio in ny
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
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