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Old 12-22-2010, 03:03 AM   #1
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Default Head Unit Installation

Hey guys, I am having some trouble with installing a different head unit. I have a 96 318ti, and it already has an aftermarket head unit, but I have a nicer one I would like to install. Where I am running into trouble is pulling the top section of the plastic surrounding the clock, head unit, and air controls. I can see where the previous owner cracked and glues it. I attempted to just remove the head unit without removing the surrounding plastic, but it feels like it is in there pretty good! Any help would be great! Thanks again!
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depending on the head unit they are clipped in on the sides. u need a flat and long tool to remove them. ill post up a pic of what my head unit removal tool looks like.
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Ok, thank you very much!
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yeah, i think you can buy them at walmart, they're long plastic pieces that have a "u" shape at the end.
i actually think you buy buy head unit installation kits and it will come with it
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