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Old 06-03-2011, 04:04 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Cool how do i remove the stock stereo in my '09 Alto

I was gonna replace my stereo in the alto and wondered how to remove it- I know there is the 2 grey bits of plastic next to the vents which need to be removed first but how do I do this? Are they clipped on? Im worried that I might damage these plastic things, and if so can they be replaced? Any help would be greatly appreciated
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Old 06-19-2011, 04:11 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Remove the two plastic silver bits next to the vents by using a flat blade inbetween the radio and trim.
It will pratically just fall off so no need to worry about damaging anything.
There will then be 4 screws exposed 2 are for the vents and 2 are the radio.
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Can you give some more specific things about this issue, I think about drawing new wires into the doors and some knowledge about the wiresystem. Because I am just begin to change my own radio.

But I am not sure how to do the wireing and to unmount the panels across the car.
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OK, I've removed the grey bits and the air vents and taken out the the screws.

The stereos in pretty tight, do i literally pull the head unit out or are there any clips or other screws??
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not to worry i yanked it and it popped out!

New head unit for me !! Ill let you know how it goes
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