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How do you remove the stock radio out of a 2007 Honda Fit??? I know that there are 7 clips behind the unit, but is there more to do than just pull it out? Please help, if anyone has a clue.
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Will this help? http://documents.victorytechno...6.pdf Click the image to open in full size. 94
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I will try these steps as soon as I get some time. I will update this once I've gone through the steps. Thanks a lot for the help.
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It worked! A very big thanks to you! I had read no where previously of 2 bolts that needed to be removed. (Note to anyone who tries to follow the same directions from the removal/install. The bolts are 8mm and not 10mm.) Thanks a lot and take care! Click the image to open in full size. Click the image to open in full size.
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