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SexiSilverBullet
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Jul 18, 1:42pm - #226281 
Need help removing din adapter!

Hi everyone!
I'm selling my car and need to switch out my aftermarket headunit back to the stock one. Well, I got the headunit out, but am having trouble removing the din adapter that the audio shop installed a year ago. Any instructions on how to remove it would be VERY helpful.. thanks! confused

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celimangts17
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Jul 18, 1:51pm - #226282 
there should be like 4 screws that you just unscrew with a phillips head screw driver. thats all i remember screwing into the dash when i installed mine. if you still have trouble let me know i will look at my car. btw is it just the single DIN or is it the one that has the little cd holder under the headunit?


Laissez les bons temps rouler
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Jul 18, 1:58pm - #226283 
my bad its actually 4 bolts that can be taken out with a wrench


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Jul 18, 2:11pm - #226284 
Thanks! I got it. Pretty easy actually. I just popped the trim off of the ashtray and took the knobs off of the temp controls and then unscrewed the 4 bolts like you said, plugged the old headunit back in, put all the trim and knobs back and BLAM! Done!! grin Yay!

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Jul 18, 10:56pm - #226285 
whoa, your selling your car? would you be interested in selling your body kit? is it the authentic veilside?


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Jul 18, 11:01pm - #226286 
the car is already sold with the painted body kit and fenders on it. Sorry.

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Jul 18, 11:05pm - #226287 
whoa, thats cool. nice choice on the body kit BTW grin wave

thanks for the reply thumbsup


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Jul 18, 11:12pm - #226288 
no prob man.. good luck on your mods! nice job thus far smile

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