Date: Mon, 15 Feb 1999 20:51:18 GMT
From: ThisIsnopsamagestopping.net (Eoin)
Subject: Re: 9-3 radio removal


Thank you, that did the trick. On Sun, 14 Feb 1999 20:31:23 -0500, jgilbert <jgilbertnopsamcom> wrote: >If the radio is similiar to my (now sold) 95 900, you need a special U >Shaped Tool (actually two of them - one for each side of the radio). >Where did I get them? I forget, but I'm sure any of the high end car >audio web sites will sell them as they're standard for removing DIN-type >radios commonly found in European cars. >Anyway, you insert each tool into two holes that are along either side >of the radio. The ends of the tools, now inside the radio, catch on >something and allow you to easily slide the radio out. The following >site probably has a bunch more information, even if it is about the New >Generation 900 primarily and not the 9-3. Good Luck. > >http://www.ultranet.com/~bevanrl/ > >-Jeff > >ThisIsnopsamagestopping.net wrote: >> >> Hi, >> >> I'm instlling the audio upgrade in my 9-3 and one of the >> things I need to do is take the radio out so I can connect the DIN >> cable between it and the amplifier. How do I get the radio out? I'd >> prefer not to break all the plastic on the dash of my new car. Thanks >> for any help. > >-- >******************************************************* >Email from Jeff Gilbertson > >Personal Email: jgilbertnopsamcom >Business Email: JeffnopsamertsonGroup.com > >http://www.GilbertsonGroup.com >*******************************************************

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