Jun 5, 2012
theres two circular protrusions that the lifting part of the quadlock need to catch into for it to push away from the stereo itself, make sure they're both in properly.
I've had this issue in the past - had to resort to a small screwdriver to carefully provide additional leverage at the top of the quadlock to radio body. Ordered a new quadlock from nexxia.co.uk for about a fiver.
Yep saw those - have had the radio out many times and hasn't happened before - ended up pushing the tab right back then snapped it back into the grooves
Yep, used the screwdriver to push the tab right forward then as above, pushed down and it snapped back into its grooves and got it out .. Thankfully!!!
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