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Removal of AVIC-C1

How do you remove the the Pioneer AVIC-Z1 from a 2005 Grand Marquis dash

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This model of unit is not a Factory.
when the Avic-c1 was purshased.
In the original box. Was supplied a 2 little metal pieces like a long key. used to remove the Rdaio. inserting on both of the sides of the radio, about at the center of the unit.

The other way is removing the Dash front Radio Bezel. or housing .
Some model use a 2 screw attached at the Lower end of the bezel. after removing will need a little force to release the clips.

I hope this help on your question.

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It is not a factory installation. and can you tell me if it is a removalable face.? generally there are 2 metal strips that slide along the face plate that releases the deck from the housing then you can have access to the screws that hold the housing.(this only applies to removable face type decks)

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    sxa~us~en~file=ani_caut.gif~gen~ref.gif CAUTION: Electronic modules are sensitive to electrical charges. If exposed to these charges, damage may result.
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