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Old 06-27-2004, 10:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Can anyone give me directions on how to remove the stock head unit from my M3? I wanna know what i'm doing before i start rippin apart the dash. Thanks
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Ignore the steering wheel on the right side, i flipped the pic on photoworks and saved it before i realized it was backwards
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Simple.

Locate the two small flaps on either side of the oem deck.
Flip them open.
Insert an 8mm hex wrench(allen wrench works as well)
Twist counter clockwise.
Pull.

That's it. Pretty straight forward as is the wiring
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That's what i tried doin. I thought i had the wrong size wrech but the screw just won't fit out the holes. Should i just make the hole bigger so the screw fits or what?
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I dunno. It worked for me as well as others on this thread. Did you try the hex nut or an allen wrench. The hex should deffintately work. If all else fails, try a torx bit of the same size. It really shouldn't be that hard....
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