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Can you tell me how a kenwood kdc-7024 car stereo clips in to the unit cage is there supposed to be clips on the stereo its self or may i just have the wrong caga unit

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Ok, for the kenwood models there is a metal clip on both sides of the cage, each side has one or sometimes 2 teeth that fit into the sides of the deck, picture enclosed, it should be able to slide in and "click" into place. hope that helps.
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