I'm not really a car stereo guy. I've put in a few basic systems in my time, but admittedly am not that into it.
Anyways, I'm borrowing my sister's car for a while, and SOMEONE installed her head unit that had no idea what they're doing - only the front speakers work, every time you go over a bump the thing shuts off, etc. So I tried to take the thing out to see how badly hacked the wiring is back there, but I just can't for the life of me get the damned thing out. Of course, I don't have the "keys" that came with it - those got lost / thrown away. It has the slide-down-the-side type removal system, and I've tried shoving EVERYTHING down there to "unlock" it, and it'll slide out like an inch, and then get STUCK on the left side, and I can't figure out why. Is there some trick to removing these things? Or does anyone know where I can buy replacement "keys" (I don't know what those things are really called... keys sounds good). It's a JVC head unit. I've always used Pioneers and they usually slide out pretty easily once they start coming out.