It is quite simple to remove your Alpine radio. You will need a set of radio release keys (PC5-132). These are inexpensive and are around £3 - £5, you can obtain them from a local car audio shop or Online.
Once you have the radio release keys, push them into the 2 holes in each bottom corner of the radio (See image), apply a little pressure and the radio will release from the dashboard. The radios label is located on the radio's casing.
The Alpine radio serial starts with AL and is 14 digits long. For example AL 2910 Y 01 04000. This is usually on the back of the radio, engraved underneath a white label. Please see image for reference.
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To locate your Becker serial number remove the radio from the dashboard. The serial and model number are on the radios label on the top or side of the radio.
The serial will be a number or a letter and a number the model number starts with "BE", in some cases it will be engraved into the radios casing.
There are online guides and video tutorials on You Tube that can help with the removal of the radio.