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How to remove rear tub on d22 king cab pick up

Rear tub removal

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SOURCE: removal of stereo

there are 2 screws down at climate controls remove them and whole panel pops off, stereo is held in with 4 screws facing you. but it looks bad with a generic stereo fitted nissan have a cd changer that fits in above the stereo where the cup holder is and hooks up to stereo and looks good, not overly flashy,
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