Question about 2003 Volkswagen Golf
You will find 4 little horizontal slots at the top and bottom of the radio. There are special tools that slide into these slots (part # T10057) that you slide into those slots to engage the release mechanism. You then pull straight out on the rings of the tools. Do not twist or tilt the tools while pulling it out. Once out you release the tools by pressing the locking tabs near the point where each tool was inserted. Reinstall by sliding the unit back in with out the tools engaged until it snaps in.
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Hi, had the same problem in NZ. You can buy a little frequency converter device, Connect the areal wire and power it up, does everything for you. If you cannot find one of those in Europe, the best way is to install a local radio. Good luck.
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