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Radio reciever ....cant get it out

Been trying to get a radio reciever out of a 91 Ford Probe, and put in a new one, but I can't figure the damn thing out, so close to ripping it out, but I dont wanna mess anything up.

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  • aprillwh_87 Feb 11, 2009

    Help! I can't get the radio out of my 93 probe. I know I need to stick the keys in the sides of the radio to get it out! But the trim around the radio is blocking the key holes on the left side! How do I get this trim off? I see no screws and am completly confused!!!

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First remove the selector trim panel for the Auto tranny or gear shift and boot trim panel for a manual tranny. remove the cigarette lighter assembly and disconnect the connector. remove the 2 radio mounting screws. You need the insert two radio removal tools T87p-19061 or equivalent into the face plate holes until you feel the tension of the holding clips. If this is the first tome removing the radio, the flashing of the bezel facing has to be broke. This may require extra force. flex outward on both sides of the radio simutaneously and pull the radio out using the tools as handles. Then dissconnect the electrical connectors. Hope this helps.

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Sometimes you may have to undo some vents under the dash and slide it out that way.

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WHERE IS THE OUTSIDE INTAKE VENT ON A '91
FORD PROBE?

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Radio Constant 12V+ Wire: Blue/Red
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Section 15-01: Radio, Tape Chassis and Digital Audio Compact Disc Player 1996 Probe Workshop Manual
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