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How do I remove the factory installed CD changer?

Remove cd changer in Ford F-150

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  • billmush May 28, 2009

    The changer is in a well by the rear seat back of the driver's seat. It is enclosed by the plastic wall and I can see no way to remove the plastic. Perhaps the answer referred to the F-150 regular and not the F-150 crew cab. Thanks for the tip on the battery -- I will definitely disconnect it if I ever figure out how to get to the changer.

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As blunt as this mayb its the truth remove the plastic hiding the screws and then take it out BUT make sure you dis-connect the battery due to the "anti-theft" radio .. if you dont you wll ruin the radio along with it like to blow a lot of fuses =p

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    Collin Clark May 29, 2009

    yea make sure you dis connect the battery first ... but as to the rest of your problem ? .. could i get a link to a picture of what ur working with ?

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