Question about Car Audio & Video
The factory Ford indash multi cdplayer is not working for me. I don't mind not having one right now, just want to get my cds out!
Remove raido, remove top cover and face a t-10 4 screws in face remove 4 gold t-10 screws on tape asb. use a pocket screwdriver remove cds 1 at a time by lifting one tray at a time
Posted on Nov 24, 2008
Our cd player screwed up so many times i used the nail **** to get it out and bent the retainers beyone using the ford toll and had to demolish the radio to get it out so buy the correct pull out tools at auto zone for 6.00 about all ford 6 disc changers are boat anchors buy a after market
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
Here's a suggestion: pop the cd/radio out so you can work on it. Do that by sticking four 2" nails into the four ports on the front to release it. Then gently yank it out. If you're mechanically inclined you may be able to get the insides back into alignment; it may mean taking out the CDs first.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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