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Metra Radio Removal Tools

For 2004-06 Pontiac GTO and 2014-up Ram Promaster

Item # 120863528

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Item # 120863528

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About the Metra Radio Removal Tools

You'll need this set of special tools to remove the factory radio in your 2004-up Pontiac GTO or 2014-up Ram Promaster. Warranty: 60 days.

What's in the box:

  • 2 C-shaped DIN tools
  • Instructions
MFR #86-3528

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Great tool

Aldo from Winnetka, CA on 12/4/2018

2018 Ram Promaster

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Great tool. Does the job right.

Pros: Easy to use

Cons: None

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Crutchfield customer from Huntingtn Bch, CA on 8/31/2018

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Hard to do it without this tool

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Crutchfield customer from Bonney Lake, Wa on 12/26/2016

2006 Pontiac GTO

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They worked great

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Crutchfield customer from West Grove, PA on 10/28/2016

2001 Chevrolet Silverado 2500/3500

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Works Perfectly!

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Quick and painless

Leonard from Smithville NJ on 7/12/2016

2004 Pontiac GTO

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Tool was very simple to use. Once you slide it in the holes, you pull the radio out with ease. well, it's a little rough at first but a shimmy or two and it slides right out!

Pros: Quickly shipped, did the job quickly.

Cons: now i'm stuck with a tool that removes a radio i'll never use again!!!!

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Perfect removal tools

Vermont Goat from Swanton, VT on 5/20/2016

2004 Pontiac GTO

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These removal tools worked perfectly. could I have made my own? Probably. But these were perfect size and it took seconds to remove the factory radio once I had these.

Pros: Worked perfectly. Radio was out in seconds.

Cons: Seems easy to make your own.

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Easy removal of stereo with these tools

Earl from pflugerville, TX on 3/15/2016

2004 Pontiac GTO

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There were no surprises. These tools removed my stock radio with ease.

Pros: They work great and it wasn't even better that they were free with the stereo I bought.

Cons: None

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Simple

chulai from Illinois on 11/20/2015

1999 Chevrolet Corvette

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Easiest automotive tool I've ever used. I couldn't believe how easy the stereo in my 2004 GTO came out!

Pros: Great tool!

Cons: None

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metra 86-3528c radio removal tool 2004 gto

kj from New York on 6/15/2015

2004 Pontiac GTO

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worked perfectly

Pros: arrived quickly

Cons: none

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Great

MrGTO from Austin on 8/1/2014

2006 Pontiac GTO

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it removed my stereo in 06 GTO easily

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Works well

KB from Pittsburgh, PA on 7/7/2013

2005 Pontiac GTO

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Works well for a 2005 GTO.

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Works!

PistonPIlot from Maine on 6/29/2013

2004 Pontiac GTO

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They do exactly what they claim to, and are a little more convenient than bending a coat hanger. Definitely worth the price when included in Crutchfield's installation package!

Pros: They work!

Cons: They don't make you a sandwich when you're done using them!

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removing stereo

H from Southern illinois on 5/8/2013

2004 Pontiac GTO

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Product worked perfectly.

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Removal Tool

Bill from Edgewood, Maryland on 2/11/2012

2006 Pontiac GTO

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Including this tool with my purchase of a radio was a very nice touch.

Pros: Brainless operation

Cons: None

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Features

Overview: These C-shaped DIN tools can be used to remove factory radios in select Pontiac GTO & Ram Promaster/Promaster City vehicles that have two holes on each side of the faceplate.

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Customer Q&A

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I needed them to remove my factory stereo [ Patrick  Jun 24, 2019 ]
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Already have it but why not have extra. [ Trea  Mar 03, 2019 ]
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To ease my install [ Kip  Dec 05, 2017 ]
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Needed to remove radio [ BERT  Jul 22, 2017 ]
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Need them to remove existing radio, to install new. [ Jacky A.  Nov 25, 2016 ]
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To take out my radio. Going to install a CD player to work with it [ Paul R.  Oct 22, 2016 ]
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