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Removing stereo The stereo in my 2002 Suzuki XL7 has gone on the fritz, and I have a new one along with the mounting ring and wire harness. All I need to know is how do I get the old stereo out? I can't see any screws or clips anywhere.

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Right above the radio are two screws in the black plastic trim... then remove the ashtray and youll see two more.. pay attention to how the ash tray track goes in..

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