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I cant figure out how to remove the stereo in my bronco because I cant find any visible attaching hardware. how do i remove the stereo?

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Most models have 4 holes...one in each corner...if its a factory stereo...a special tool can be bought to remove it or you can find some thing like a coat hanger..cut it into 4 pieces about 4 inches long..insert into all 4 holes and give it a little pry and it should slide out.

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