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Old 05 Aug 2013, 09:31 pm
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Default How can i open my honda crv 1998 car stero or dics?

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Old 05 Aug 2013, 09:48 pm
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Go to link below for instructions















http://www.installerworld.com/Instructions/00HVR.htm































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