Q: I want to uninstall and reinstall a stereo

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I have a car stereo in my car now that I purchased and installed, I am buying another car soon and I was wondering if I can uninstall the stereo in my car now and reinstall it into my new car?

Hi there. If you are trading in your vehicle for another vehicle, the vehicle would get a better trade in value with a radio in the car. I recommend putting the factory radio back into the vehicle before putting your radio in the other car unless you don’t care about trade in values.

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