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  1. Hi friends from far and wide! Underneath the pillar, under the frame of the car, just between the two doors, a few inches from the edge, you will find a plug, a rubber plug. It can be removed with your fingers. Remove it and all the water accumulated inside the tubular chassis will come out as a jet. Do not forget to plug it back when you're done though. This is only 50% of the solution to this problem until you find out where in the car is the water leaking into the frame. Generally this happens only on the driver's side, but hey ho, who knows. Cheers!
  2. Hi my friend you will have to look at videos on Youtube and bring out the stereo (there are at least three), it is a pain but it is worth it.... normally at the top of the stereo box itself someone have probably written the four digit code with felt tip marker, it was on mine when I bought a second hand 4500 Stereo. Hope it helps. Happy unscrewing!!!