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Old 07-09-2012, 11:42 AM   #1
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How to remove radio/ac bezel

Just bought a Kenwood head unit and can't remove the bezel to get the old stereo out. This is where I am. The top is easy, but the bottom is solid as a rock and I don't see any screws. Need help fast
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Old 07-09-2012, 01:45 PM   #2
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There is two torx screws underneath the upper radio
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If you're talking about just the bezel just pull a little harder. It just pops off, no trick to it
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There is two torx screws underneath the upper radio
I got those and with a little more research and looking there is on way in the back that is a pain in the @$$ to get to. I'll play with it more in the morning.
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There shouldn't be. After you take those two out it should come out with a little pulling like LowFlyn said
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Re: How to remove radio/ac bezel

Yea just pull harder. Use both hands and secure the bottom and give it a few quick jerks and it should come off. Its secured with plastic pins/spikes that go into holes in the metal/plastic support behind it. That should be it.
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I've taken a screw driver to the part that is holding on and if I pull any harder the trim piece will snap. That screw is attached to the entire piece and is right where it is a pain in the tush.
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