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CD player is shot, have to replace entire unit.

The Bose CD player went out in my 2001 Audi S4. I have found a replacement from a parts car, but don't know how to remove the stereo from either car.

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Buy a set of VW/Audi stereo removal tools (they are cheap on ebay) you need 4. There are 4 little slots that you insert them into and it will allow the stereo to pull out

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