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Depends on the kind of car, if there is a "CAN" around it then there is a metal cahe that you need to slide 2-4 removal tools in the sides to remove it, you can use any think metal tabs abought 3-4 in long as removal tools,

if its an ISO DIN mount there are screws holding it in from the sides.

if this doesnt help much can you tell me the make and model of the car?

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