Question about Car Audio & Video
You need "keys". The "keys" are two strips of metal that are about a quarter inch tall and about 4 inches long. There are two slots that you push them into in order to pull out the radio. Pull off the faceplate if it is detachable, then take off the trim ring. In the middle of the left and right sides there should be slots to slide the keys into, push them in at the same time. This should release the holding tabs and you should be able to pull the radio right out. Before you put the radio back in, make sure to use a screw driver or something to bend the holding tabs back in so that it will definately lock back into place. If you need clarification on any of this let me know. Good luck
Posted on Sep 10, 2008
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