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The radio tray must be removed to access two screws holding the dashboard. The tray has four bumpouts, two on the topside and two on the bottomside which engage depressions in the dash. You need four ordinary table knives. Insert a blade between tray and the dash, and work it around so that the blade is between the bumpout and the dash. After you have the four blades in place, grab the tray and pull it out. Mine came out readily and with no damage.
 

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Are you using your wifes finest sterling silver:cheesy: or one time use plastic ?
Sorry, can't help it...lol, this IS helpful:cheesy:
I'd use the plastic as it is generally kinder to surfaces..
 

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The tray's flexible enough that you can bend the top and bottom in so that the tabs clear, and then bend it back into shape once it's out.
 
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