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Old 08-05-2019, 01:41 PM   #1
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2006 Southwind Remove Dash Radio

We have a 2006 32V Southwind and I cant get any imfo on how to remove my Audiovox stereo from dash.I suspect I have to remove the top dash cover to get at it .I cant find any way to take off faceplate. Thanks.
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A lot of newer radios have bent wire 'hairpin' shaped devices that fit in holes near the corners of the faceplate. Push those in to disengage the locks and the unit pulls straight out. I had a pair in with my manuals when I bought the coach and had no idea what they were...
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Pictures would help.
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Time to start using that search engine the internets has...


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