Question about Car Audio & Video
Hello... sorry to hear you are having a problem. If your truck is a Superduty F-250, this is the procedure to remove your radio.
-Engage the parking brake
-For automatic transmission vehicle ONLY, insert key into the ignition and turn to the "on" position and depress the brake pedal (DO NOT START THE VEHICLE!), then place the shift lever into the lowest position.
-Lower the steering column all the way down
-Starting at the top edge of the dash trim bezel, carefully unclip and pull forward the dash trim bezel to access all the wire harness connectors attached to the features on the rear of the trim bezel.
-Carefully disconnect all the connectors on the back side of the dash trim bezel and remove the bezel.
-Remove the (4) 9/32 screws securing the radio to the sub-dash.
-Remove and disconnect the radio.
I hope this has helped! Good luck with your venture!!
20 year car audio/video installer
Posted on Mar 15, 2011
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