Date: Sun, 10 Jul 2005 20:41:44 +0200
From: "Planet" <>
Subject: Re: 9000 (1997, 2.0 LPT) Radio removal

If the hole's are round it looks to me you need these pins. 770009 - Delco / Fiat / Saab / Peugeot 406 (Set of two) You can try it with a set of 2 long and verry small long (15 cm) screw drivers that fits the holes. Bring them in flat and than twist them in the vertical position. The screw drivers must be inside just past the point of a litle (dont know the word for it) but use it as a key. Than, with a litle luck, you can remove the radio but leave the pins in it for unlocking. If it doesnt work order the original set per mail at a radio shop or car shop. I went to a Fiat Garage to get the right pins and the costed me 2,50 euro. Pieter "Charles C." <> schreef in bericht news:42d16180$0$7909$ > Planet wrote: >> Hi Charles, >> I have a 900 SE cabrio and my radio can be removed with the use of 2 U >> turned pins that fits in 2 hole's. 1 on the left and one on the right >> side. >> On the pictures I can not see how the radio's sides are. If there are on >> both sides 2 hole's you need the pin construction. >> Hope this helps you a litle. >> >> Pieter > > It has two holes in total. One on the top left and one on the rop right. > I know the pin you mean. Are you saying your radio has two or four holes > in total. > > Thanks > Charles > > -- > > Please remove _removeme_ to reply. > Work: > Hobby:

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