Removing radio from Fiat Ducatto

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  1. Jerrymjj

    Jerrymjj Funster

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    I have a radio on my 2006 Autotrail Tracker SE (Fiat Ducatto) that I need to get at to fix a screw that has come loose. It is underneath a pull up, hinged clipboard thing, and I have removed two screws very close to the windscreen at the back of it but nothing appears any looser. Any ideas anyone? Many thanks, Jerry
     
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    old-mo Funster Extra Special Life Member

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    If it`s a modern radio... ie the last 6 - 10 years you will probably need one of these and not need to undue any screws/brackets etc..

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    Sorry... should have added..

    If the radio has two (2) small holes on each edge of the thin side just poke them things in and push and the radio slides out of it`s housing.. :thumb:
     
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    If you havnt got them things four two inch nails will do same job:thumb:
     
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    depending on radio this may help.

    Radio removal tools are dirt cheap and are pretty much universal.


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    If you do need to remove the clipboard and its base you need to remove the radio first (method explained in other posts) then you need to remove the radio 'cage'. Once that's done there are two screws visible that need to be removed. Then the whole assembly can be lifted out.
     
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