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#1 us4736

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Posted April 27, 2008 - 05:35 PM

hi i have 04 C4S with navigation and radio in the same unit . i removed the CD storage tray and face plate and made a carbon fiber face to fit the XM unit into but i can't find anything on how to remove the nav/radio unit .i have to get in their to unplug the ant . i looked in the DIY section but no luck i don't want to just start prying at things .anybody know of a link on how to remove radio ,i tried the search but could'nt find anything


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Posted April 28, 2008 - 06:32 AM

hi i have 04 C4S with navigation and radio in the same unit . i removed the CD storage tray and face plate and made a carbon fiber face to fit the XM unit into but i can't find anything on how to remove the nav/radio unit .i have to get in their to unplug the ant . i looked in the DIY section but no luck i don't want to just start prying at things .anybody know of a link on how to remove radio ,i tried the search but could'nt find anything


Is the '04 Becker? You can get radio removal tools directly from them or, I purchased mine on Ebay for $5.
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Posted April 28, 2008 - 10:50 AM

i'am not sure who makes it ,would it say becker on it somewhere?


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Posted April 28, 2008 - 12:57 PM

I wish I could remember for you, but it was several years ago. Mine came out quite easily without any tools...I have an 04. Found this: Removing display and operator control unit (PCM 2) Note If the PCM is replaced by a new or a different PCM, read out the data with the Porsche System Tester before removal. => Teaching display and operator control unit (PCM 2) Switch ignition off and remove ignition key. 1. Unclip switch cover from below using a plastic spatula and disconnect electrical plug connections. 2. Insert a hexagon−socket wrench sideways into the screw connection of the PCM detent hooks. 3. Close the detents (2 each side) with the hexagon−socket wrench −A− and carefully pull out the PCM. 4. For re−installation, open the detents with the hexagon−socket wrench −B− .

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