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I dont have the tool and i cant get my radio out

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Hi there, you should be able to get those tools at any car stereo store. Of you are unable to procure the correct tools you can use two, long thin flat head screwdrivers. The screwdrivers will be tricky but they will work. That'll you for the question, have a great day!

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