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it is easy. take a small flat blade screwdriver and there is a staple in front of the shifter, basically on the side facing the radio. Feel around and you will see what I mean.

If you can put it in first you can actually see it. Then you just carefully insert the screwdriver behind the staple and pull it out. NOTE the staple has a curve. pay attention to which way the curve goes for the reinstallation.

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it is easy. take a small flat blade screwdriver and there is a staple in front of the shifter, basically on the side facing the radio. Feel around and you will see what I mean.

If you can put it in first you can actually see it. Then you just carefully insert the screwdriver behind the staple and pull it out. NOTE the staple has a curve. pay attention to which way the curve goes for the reinstallation.

If you forget, the convex part of the staple goes up.

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