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Old 03-15-2015, 06:59 PM   #1
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Dash Radio

I need some advice about my factory in-dash radio. I want to keep it, but on the last trip out I think some wiring came loose. I would like to pull the radio, be able to rewire it, and get it back in. I am having a hard time getting it to pull. It appears that it is mounted on slides and I am thinking I need a special tool maybe simple as a metal saw blade or something. Anyone have experience with this?

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Is it a din mount? Does it have two small holes on each side? If so you do need a "U" shaped tool that you can get at auto stores, the open end of the "U" goes into the holes to pop the 4 release points. PHOTO will help.
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On my Storm the radio bezel trim pops off exposing 2 small screws. Remove the screws and the OEM radio slides right out of the box on rails.
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