Question about 1999 Mazda B-Series
I had the same problem with mine, if your model head unit has the four small holes on it (two either side) you'll need a couple of pieces of wire about 3/16 of an inch thick and about 10" long. bend the wire into a "U" shape and insert into holes, one either side, about 3/4" to an inch in. you'll have to feel around a bit but with some patience you'll get the right spot. pull the wire away from the center of the head unit and keep the pressure on as you pull it towards you. the unit should release and then you can pull it the rest of the way by hand. it should work for all head units of this type as well, regardless of make or model
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
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