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Golf hello i have a cd player already fitted in the car and i have a cd stuck in there how do i get the dash board cover off or how can i solve this i have tried scissors and is wont work i pres the eject botton and it just makes a noise

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  • queenstowner Jul 19, 2008

    Same problem....I have a 2002 VW Golf.

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I took mine off yesterday to fit an aftermarket mp3 stereo in my mark 5 & what a hassle!!
it basically clicks in place so carefully undo the clippings by inserting some scissors or a screwdriver under the plastic bit & peeling it back. that will reveal two screws which you can undo.
then you have to lift the top bit which contains the vents for the heating system & try and force the clips back with that. pretty tricky but just needs a bit of force.
once this is done there are four other screws that need to be undone & the whole system just slides out...
easy once you've done it but then the big problem starts...
the connections are all different so you need to get some new radio & cd connectors to adapt the aftermarket stereo with the cars standard wiring!!!

Posted on Oct 08, 2008

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