How to Remove the Radio on a 2007 Saab 9-3

Updated July 20, 2017

The 2007 Saab 9-3 is a compact four-door sedan with Swedish engineering. The Saab 9-3's radio is located in the car's centre console. Once the radio is broken it will need to be removed from the Saab to repair it. When replacing the radio with a new one, it also will need to be removed. To remove the Saab's radio, the use of din style release keys is required. Din style release keys are sold at most auto parts stores.

Park the Saab on level ground.

Insert the din keys into the slots at both sides of the Saab's radio. The slots are found along either side of the Saab's radio. Din style release keys are a set of thin metal keys that are designed to remove car stereos from certain car models, including the Saab 9-3.

Thrust the keys outward, away from the radio, toward you, to loosen the radio from the Saab.

Detach the aerial and wiring (behind the radio) and pull the radio out of the Saab.

Things You'll Need

  • Din style release keys


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