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Removing the radio is simple. 2 bolts and a couple screws. then ya can just pull it out. but getting an aftermarket radio to work, is another story. i just tried installing one for a family member, and i hooked up all the aftermarket wiring kit wires correctly, checked fuses and everything. cant even get it to turn on. :-(
good luck chum.

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