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    removing two screws that releases 2009 civic radio help!

    In the process of removing the stock headunit in a 2009 honda civic, their are two phillip head screws that secure it down. In all of the DIY forums on how to replace the stock hu, they say just use a small screwdriver on them. Well these screws will not move for me. It doesn't help that they are in the hardest to reach places also. What can I do to get them to unscrew?







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    Re: removing two screws that releases 2009 civic radio help!

    update:

    Removed one of them. The other is completely stripped. The screws have a hex around them so hopefully I can fit a rachet in there. If not, then I guess I'm SOL. Unless anyone has anyother suggestions?




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    Re: removing two screws that releases 2009 civic radio help!

    snap a couple pics someone will come up with something.




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    Re: removing two screws that releases 2009 civic radio help!

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    Re: removing two screws that releases 2009 civic radio help!

    Square bit? That's what i use when I strip out philips. If not what about a electric screwdriver with a long extension and socket?



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    Re: removing two screws that releases 2009 civic radio help!

    if its similar to my 2002, there are located behind the 9 volt socket.. just pull that out, then mine had 10mm screws, or Phillips if i wanted to **** myself over haha




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