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Stereo removal I need to remove the stereo from the dash have both tools can't seem to get them to work.Any ideas, am I not using them right.Thanks for your help

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They have to be introduced and pushed on both sides , maybe you hear a "click", maybe not, and you may help with a hand if you get the back of the headunit(hu) pushing to you.maybe i can help more if you sendme a closer picture. sometimes you have to take off the plastic molder that are over the edge of the hu

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