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Old 06-18-2003, 09:29 AM
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Removing 380sl Becker radio & 4" Speakers ???

Any tips on removing the Becker radio in my car....I just purchased a new Blaupunkt Heidelberg & CD changer for the beast.

Also, any experience in mounting the Infinity Kappa 42.5i speakers up front?
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Old 07-06-2003, 02:23 PM
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I had a stereo shop replace my Becker with a Pioneer. He only charged 15 dollars. I don't know if the Becker just pulls out or if you need a special tool.
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Old 07-11-2003, 01:48 PM
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I think the tool they use boogers up the wood. (It's a U-shaped wire that fits between the radio and the wood below.) When I'm fooling with mine, I remove the ash tray, unscrew the ashtray housing (2 sheetmetal screws), and the wood and climate control slip right down. Then you pull those 2 little clips at the bottom of the radio down and the radio pulls out.

Also, some of them have a stablizer peg on the side of the radio that might not slide out. If so, you can get to that by removing the glove box.
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Old 07-11-2003, 03:23 PM
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re,oving becker radio

Replaced becker (a dog) on my 1977 450 SL with Pioneer The removal on my model reqires re,pvomg the glove nbox and there is a turn knob holding radio to frame. I dont know if this works for you but may be answer. (also remove amplifier below radiom. good luck, Abe G PS may be worth while to let radio in staller do job becuase of connections.
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