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I have a 5c piece in my cd player. How can I get it out?

How do I take the covers off the dash board?

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  • deborahstewa Feb 08, 2009

    The wire I had was not good enough, so I went to the local Ford dealership and asked if I was able to purchase the "things" to help remove the stereo so I could get out the 5c piece. They removed it for me at no charge, I got the 5c out, put it back in and they are going to ring me with the security code. THANKS!!

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You can do it with 4 pieces of wire or you can go to a auto store and tell them you want the kit to remove a ford radio there are 4 holes in the radio one in each corner .. you have to push in each one to release the radio.. thanks Jerry if you have more holler ..

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