SAAB Help in indianapolis - Radio Removal

My sis-in-law purchased a 90' saab 900 the other day, and wants to remove the factory radio. Is there anyone in indianapolis who has the tool to
remove the beast, or know where I can find one cheap?
Thanks! -Larry
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The tool to remove the radio is basically just two U-shaped pieces of wire that fit inside the two sets of holes on either side of the radio face plate. You could probably make your own tool out of a couple of pieces of the right diameter wire. Did you try getting one from the dealer? David in California ('90 Saab 900)
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Flip through the owner's manual holder. They were delivered with the car. If they are not there, make 2 U shaped pieced from a wire coat hanger. 2 pieces 6" long bend into a U making sure that they fit the hole spacing. Insert, then grab through the tape slot and pull the radio out. to remove the cage, use a small screwdriver and bend the V shaped tabs towards the center of the cage and remove.
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Larry,
Any Wal-mart has the DIN radio removal tool for less than $3.

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Outstanding! I'll let her know!
-Larry

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