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    How hard is it to...

    How hard is it to remove the radio panel on an '05 GTI (somewhat cleanly) and will a street deck fit in its place?

    If not, whats involved?

    Thanks for looking,
    Eli

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    Hmm... to tell you the truth, it sounds like you need to actually research this a bit. I don't think anybody here is gonna spoonfeed you the answers. Maybe look around at some GTI forums, or even check a place like crutchfield.com, they'll tell you what size radio can fit into your ride. Crutchfield can give you step by step on getting your radio panel removed, but it's not free. From there, you'll have to check yourself.
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    Thank you Tidder, I'll look into the crutchfield.

    Unfortunatley, nothing in the GTI forums.

    If anyone else has any suggestions/comments/knowledge feel free to enlighten me!

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    GTI as in VW GTI?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadow
    GTI as in VW GTI?
    Yes, sir.

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    You'll need two sets of European radio removal tools.

    Nobody handfeed this guy; let him do the legwork. He's one of those newcomers wanting audio and fabrication advice.

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    Dude who cares, if you don't feel like helping DON'T. If you do ..DO. Who cares if others feel like helping or spoon feeding him, its their choice. If no one feels like dealing with a newbie question, he will get the point when no one responds. But if they do, all the power to them.

    Quote Originally Posted by Shadow
    You'll need two sets of European radio removal tools.

    Nobody handfeed this guy; let him do the legwork. He's one of those newcomers wanting audio and fabrication advice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadow
    You'll need two sets of European radio removal tools.

    Nobody handfeed this guy; let him do the legwork. He's one of those newcomers wanting audio and fabrication advice.
    whoa, you were a newb one day. i checked your profile, and you posted 5 questions/problems in your first month of joining this site. dont be a prick

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    Quote Originally Posted by Freelander
    whoa, you were a newb one day. i checked your profile, and you posted 5 questions/problems in your first month of joining this site. dont be a prick
    I'm doing the exact same thing red GTI is doing. The guy posted in the fabrication forum about pulling his OE radio and installing an aftermarket radio. I told him what he needed but didn't give links to any specific product, the same as she does. I posted questions in the display forum regarding a specific connector after days of searching.

    Upon typing "VW GTI radio removal" into google, I get the answer within the top three. How is the search for a high-pitch multi-pin connector in the correct forum similar to that?

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