Question about 1994 Mercury Cougar
You will need two Ford removal tools. You can get them at any auto parts store and even some walmarts. You can make some using a coat hanger cut into a U shape. (Just use the bottom corners.)
Stick each end of the U into the holes on each side of the radio. There is a clip in there and you can feel it disengage.
Press outwards, (away from each other), and slowly pull the radio out.
Once you get the edge of the face out you can grip it and pull it on out.
The tools work better as they are harder metal and grip the radios better.
They normally cost 3-5 bucks.
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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