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Volkswagen Vw Radio Removal 4 Tools Beetle Jetta Gti Passat Fox Tool "best One" on 2040-parts.com

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Chula Vista, California, US

Chula Vista, California, US
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2 SETS OF RADIO REMOVAL TOOLS W/ INSTRUCTIONS
SAVE over $45-$100 by removeing your radio yourself.

These are the tools you need to change out that stock radio like the pros. Our tools are the only ones with the directions imprinted on them.

Be careful with other cheap tools that will break off in your radio.

Will fit:
VOLKSWAGEN
1990-94 Corrado
1993 Eurovan
1995-03 Eurovan
1987-93 FOX
1996-05 Golf / GTI
1996-05 Jetta / GLI
1998-UP Beetle
1990-05 Passat
2000-06 TT

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