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I need to remove my dash to put in a cd player

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It's not that you want to remove the dash. I just recently installed a cd player into my '95 lincoln town car. What I had to do was go to a local Car audio installation shop and have them use their DIN key to unlock the tape deck that came with the car. It slides out nice and easy and then you can install your CD player. Be careful tho, if you have the premium sound you will have to rewire some things on your amp to get your speakers to get a signal from your Deck. You may wanna have it professionally done.

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