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Take the trim off around the dash instrument panel and there will be 4 to 6 small 7 mm screws take them out and the radio come right out

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Remove the radio from the dash


Radios are sometime very difficult to remove.
If you can see it under the dash it might be easier to remove the screws. Otherwise you will have to remove some of the plastic panels around the radio.
On some cars you have to remove some or all the covers on the floor console, a much harder job.
Hope this helps.
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How do i remove the factory radio on my 1983 cadillac fleetwood


Hi there,

Locate and remove two (2) phillips screws that secure the top of the plastic panel that surrounds the radio. The plastic dash panel will pull off once the screws are removed as shown in the photo above.
The front of the radio is held in with two (2) 7mm bolt screws at the top of the radio. Remove the 2 bolt screws.
There is a hidden radio that secures the rear of the radio and is located under the radio. Pull the ashtray to its extended position. You will need to lay on your back or side and look behind the ashtray, up to the bottom of the radio.
Once the ashtray has been pull to its extended position, you should be able to locate and remove one (1) 7mm bolt screw as seen in the photo above.
Once all screws have been removed, the radio can then be removed. Pull firmly on the radio to remove it from the dash. The radio will most likely resist pulling from the dash. The antenna cable which plugs into the rear of the radio is very short and gives the radio resistance when trying to pull the radio out of the dash. Continue to pull firmly and the antenna cable will unplug itself as the radio is pulled from the dash.
Unplug (1) blue, (1) white, and (1) black wire harness connector(s) from the rear of the radio. There will also be wires extending from the rear of the radio with a plastic connector attached to the wires about 4 inches from the rear of the radio. Unplug this small connector. The radio can now be completely removed from the dash. Set it aside. You will need to remove the plastic brackets attached to the top and bottom of the GM radio. This will be shown in detail in the "Mount New Radio" section.

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Removing the radio is quite an undertaking. I had the exact unit and you had to remove the dash to get to the radio. It takes an expert mechanic about four to six hours to remove the dash install the radio and replace the dash. Good Luck!!!

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Dash removal on 1006 mercury grand marquis


Hello, to remove the dash follow this steps:

1. Pry all the woods pieces off of by pulling them away from the dash.

2. Use two ford radio removal tools to remove the radio in the marquis. Place one tools inside two of the four holes in the front of the radio, and the other tools in the other two holes,Pull them away from each other and out of the dash board. Disconnect the wiring harness from the back of the stereo.

3. Remove the screw surrounding the radio using a Phillip head screwdriver. Do not forget to remove the two on the other side of the radio.

4. Remove all the screw around the instrument cluster using a Phillip head screwdriver.

5. Use the steering wheel tilt level to tilt the steering wheel all the way down .

6. Gently pry out the dash , making sure to disconnect the two wiring harness behind the dash board panel before pulling it out completely.

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*It's a bit tricky but not difficult, if you know how the dash in the Park Avenue is put together. But before you do anything, safety first. *Disconnect the negative cable from the battery before doing any electrical work on a car. This prevents shorting out your cars electrical system.

*If you own the 90 -91 Park Avenue model, simply pull off the decorative trim away from the radio to expose the torq screws that hold the radio into the dash. You will need a torq screwdriver of the right size to remove the radio.
Available from your local autoparts store.

*If you own the 91-92 model, it's a whole different ball game. This since the dash is much more tightly compacted. It's a combination of a snap together assembly and Torq screws. The dash is held together in columns or sections.

*The torq screws on these models are hidden behind the heater vents in the upper dash. First pry the wooden trim (Which surrounds the climate control module) on the bottom of the dash off, gently but firmly until it comes free, exposing the Torq screws on the lower dash. Remove the heater vents (hiding the upper screws ) by popping them out with a straight blade screw driver. Then remove all Torq screws visible to the eye, only from the column that is holding is holding the radio in place.

*You will then be able to remove the black colored plastic off the dash to expose the radio. (Use care when removing the lower dash column as some climate control and airbag sensors might be embedded).

*Remove all Torq screws holding the radio in place, (and keep track of all screws) pull the radio out of the dash, and disconnect electrical connectors. If you'll be replacing the stock radio with a non factory radio, make sure all electrical connection watch up, since security feature in the radio are integrated into the radio. (some of these effect basic function on your vehicle like the headlights) If you will be reinstalling the stock radio, you will have to have it unlocked by the dealership. The DelcoLoc system will now think the radio is stolen, because of it's internal security features. Installation is the reverse of removal.

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UNSNAP PUSH-PIN FASTENERS FROM BOTTOM OF CENTER CONSOLE
AND REMOVE BOTTOM PANEL.
2. EXTRACT 4 SCREWS FROM BOTTOM EDGE OF BEZEL. EXTRACT 4
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3. OPEN GLOVE BOX AND REMOVE STOPPERS. EXTRACT 2 SCREWS
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4. FROM BELOW STEERING WHEEL EXTRACT 2 SCREWS FROM BOTTOM
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5. UNSNAP TOP EDGE OR CENTER LOWER BEZEL, UNPLUG, AND REMOVE.
6. EXTRACT 2 SCREWS FROM SIDES OF POCKET.
7. UNSNAP RADIO/AC CONTROL DASH BEZEL, UNPLUG, AND REMOVE.
8. EXTRACT 2 SCREWS FROM EACH SIDE OF THE RADIO BRACKET
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