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Weld a bit on a normal key to get out the small screws, it is possible, but not easy. Pull out the changer through the existing opening in the trim, without dismantling the trim.

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I took mine out 2 weekends ago. I posted pics on Rennlist.

Remove side trim panel, center roof trim rear seat belt rear quarter glass surround

Lovely isn't it.

Actually not that bad give me an email address and you can have the manual pdf's and pictures

Mike

Weld a bit on a normal key to get out the small screws, it is possible, but not easy. Pull out the changer through the existing opening in the trim, without dismantling the trim.
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Here is the thread, (hope you dont mind Loren)

http://forums.rennlist.com/rennforums/show...eferrerid=14620

I took mine out 2 weekends ago. I posted pics on Rennlist.

Remove side trim panel, center roof trim rear seat belt rear quarter glass surround

Lovely isn't it.

Actually not that bad give me an email address and you can have the manual pdf's and pictures

Mike

Weld a bit on a normal key to get out the small screws, it is possible, but not easy. Pull out the changer through the existing opening in the trim, without dismantling the trim.

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Hello

i have a OEM CDC4 changer how do i remove it from the rear compartment any ideas?

Thanks Marco

PS the rigth bracket i can get to but the left is a bit difficult

Marco, interested in selling it when you get it out?

Yes i am acutally interested in selling i know there not cheap ;)

and mudman send a email to

tipocaldo at gmail dot com

thanks :)

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