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Old 02-27-2006, 20:18   #1 (permalink)
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Removing my standard steroe

hey all. ive got a 99 AU XR6 and recently bought a new pioneer head unit. does anyone out there know how to remove the old head unit without damaging the dash too much? i really dont have a clue what im doing!
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get some Radio removal Tools and u wont damage the dash at all. Looks like 2 "U"s with little balls on the end Put em in and Push away from the sterio. Easy as PIE
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I use 2 pieces of wire (same size as the holes) bent in the shape of a "u" to do the trick. I've also heard of people using coat-hanger wire also, but I think it might be a little too flimsy.
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