Question about Car Audio & Video
You will need to go down to your local auto parts store and invest five U.S.dollars to get a set of Ford radio removal tools.These have a u-shape on them and a nipple on each end of the u-shape to hold the lock/unlock tabs in place.You simply press these into the holes on the radio, then pull the radio out with ease.Wire coat hangers simply won't do the trick.I hope I could help, Rate me accordingly, Thanks.
Posted on Oct 11, 2010
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