Good advice from Ray O (as usual) but please be gentle with it. I had to
pull the radio from my 2003 Avalon a while back, and it scared me silly,
thinking that I could bugger it up if I were ham-handed with it. I was
careful and it worked out all right, but I felt as if I were holding my
breath the whole time, not a fun feeling.
The directions suggest the use of a hook removal tool, but fingernails, a
putty knife, or trim removal tools also work well. It seems like the trim
piece is fragile, but I've never broken one so they must be fairly flexible.
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