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)
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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