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Old 04-10-2006, 09:52 PM
darkchild darkchild is offline
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removal of system

make the story short i have a 02 m3 that i need to remove a aftermarket stero system on before i take it to the auction in the morning the car has the navigation screen in it. i have wired steros in other cars and have a general idea on removal of the wires in the car but need some tips on removing the monitor to get behind where the remote and the rca plug in at if anyone could offer tips i would appreciate
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