Question about Insignia 21W x 4 In-Dash CD Deck with HD Radio Tuner and Detachable Faceplate - Black/Gray/Blue

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I want to remove an in-dash sony cd deck from a '97 Toyota Foreru

The CD deck is toast and I want to install a new one but I don't know how to get the old one out. It has a removable face plate and I don't have instructions.

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Remove the plastic trim around the face.
there is one slot on each side to insert your removal key.
if you dont have your originals, they can be purchased, or your car stereo shop will have some you can use quickly.
You may be able to put some really thin allen wrenches in to unlatch, but sony keys are pretty long.
This is the tool you will need
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After I pulled the trim piece off I realized that I couldn't locate my set of removal keys. The radio requires the use of two keys that disengage latches on either side. I used the metal part of a hanging file folder. It was just the right width to slide in the slots. I cut the thin metal bar in half and slid one in on each side where the keys would normally go. That disengaged the latches and I was able to slide the radio out easily.

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