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Ipod connection i had a jvc kdg 340 installed. the adapter for the ipod connection has to be plugged in the rear of unit. how do i remove unit to plug in ipod adapter?

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Hi there,

If you got keys that came with it just slide these down the side, if not just take of the face plate and slide to flat headed screw drivers down the side. it wont damage it.

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