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Old 10-18-2003, 11:22 PM   #1
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Non bmw question...

has n e one ever installed a deck in an 1998 integra or know how to take the old ****ing deck out its pissing me off...thanks
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Old 10-20-2003, 01:19 AM   #2
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yo wahts up man i put a deck in my 94 integra which has the same style console, shit is ****ed you have to first take off the whoel center console, (arm rest compartment, shifter thing, ciggaret lighter, change holder and spare compartment under the stock cd player.) once everything is out youll be able to put your head on the floor and look up at the bottom of the stock unit, theres 2 screws in the way back that hold it in. undo those and your good to go...but then your probaly gonna needa kit to kep the new deck in, unless your like me and just stick it in there hahah peace hope this helped sorry for the lenght


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