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Old 26th December 2005, 09:48 AM   #1
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Gday,
New pioneer mp3 player, struck problem!
ANYONE know how to pull apart a stupid 1992 Ford Laser?? Can't get the original radio out!!! Any suggestions welcome.
Daniel
think its also the same as a 92 mazda 323
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Does the stock radio have 4 holes near the corners?

I once used a couple pieces of wire coat-hanger,fashioned into a U shape,with the ends bent at a 90-deg. angle,about 1/4 inch up from the ends.

Push into the holes,and "flip" them out towards you,this will press in the little tabs/clips on the sides of the radio,and release it.
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