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Scosche manual how do i get the pocket to hold on to the rest of the kit so it doesnt flop around under the radio on the gm2600

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You need to carefully remove the plastic trim from around the head unit. It should just snap off with your fingers. On the left and right sides of the head unit there will be thin slits made to slide in thin metal tools that come with your new head unit. If the installer did not give these to you, call him and ask for them. If he doesn't have them, most local car modification shops have dozens of these lying around, and will give them too you if you ask. Once you have the tools, it is as simple as sliding the tools on either side of the head unit at the same time until you hear the installation cage release. Then slide it out.

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