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#196657 8-Jun-2016 10:53
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I bought a 2004 Honda Odyssey Japan import. It has a navigation system with DVD navi player which has some Japanese language and is not working. Manufacturer brand is GATHERS.




I want to remove the player but I don't know how to open it.


Can anyone please guide me how to un- install it.





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Master Geek

  #1568251 8-Jun-2016 20:41
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Looking at the picture, the 2 covers on the sides of the radio binnacle will come off, and most likely reveal 4 screws holding it in.



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Uber Geek


  #1569053 9-Jun-2016 22:35
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look for guidance vids on newtube. The trick is to pry the plastic apart without bruising it, often very easy to do.


i see you can buy special plastic pry bars for this type of job on aliexpress etc. As @petercad said, the unit will almost certainly have screws at the side ( x2 each side) and those little plastic scallops look like they're in the right place.....



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  #1569155 10-Jun-2016 09:20
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Or take it to local car audio shop, they'll probably have it out in 30s without breaking anything....



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Uber Geek

  #1569156 10-Jun-2016 09:23
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This. Take it to the professionals, they don't usually cost much and they're unlikely to break anything.



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Ultimate Geek

  #1569255 10-Jun-2016 11:16
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If you choose to do this yourself, post in the forum under the ICE section. Very knowledgeable group.....

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