How do you remove the head unit on 2004 Lincoln LS?

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it's real easy first use a flat tip n pry off the bezel surrounding the transmission shifter. it's one whole peace from the cup holder to the bottom of your ash tray if equipped.then you pop off the peice that surrounds your center air vents. then you remove the ash tray and lighter. then you can remove the radio and the ac controls. they are two peaces so once you pull it out as 1 peace then you can. remove the screws on the radio and a/c unit and wala. your done
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