Re: [DML] Radio
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Re: [DML] Radio



If you can remove your radio through the front, then a previous owner 
modified/replaced the metal frame.  The stock radio was the dual-shaft 
type and had to be installed from the back of the panel.  Many owners have 
cut this opening to allow the installation of a modern radio.


Gus Schlachter
VIN #4695
Austin, Texas



> The radio should just come out from it's own slot, no?  Mine was mounted 

> from the front of the console panel, so it slid right out, which may or 
> may not be the correct way...  Sounds like your radio may be mounted 
> from behind the center console panel, so I am assuming that's why you 
> want to pull it out the air vents' slot (the radio's opening is too 
> small for the body of the radio?)?


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