Question about Car Audio & Video
Yes.. you can pick up Din removal tools. usually $5 and you get two in teh set.. slid them into the holes until you feel them latch then pull.. now just unplug the wires from the back and your stereo is removed.. very simple.
Posted on Oct 30, 2008
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