Should be little holes in the face of your factory deck... you can go buy the special little tools to put into these holes and the deck will slide out.
You can remove the radio using special removal pins, these go in the holes at each side of the fascia panel, remember when putting in a new radio to get the Ford DIN to ISO plug as the connections are not standard
There is probably 4 square holes on the radio itself. There is a special tool that goes in those holes. Otherwise find something that will fit and jam it in all 4 holes at the same time and pull on the radio.
there is a special dual pronged tool that fits inside the two holes on each side of the radio. push each prong into the holes, once they snap in, pull out the radio.
Need special tool to release locks behind the small holes at the corners of radio Probably available at auto parts store
if you broke the plug it requires a special tool to remove them if you didn't beak any remove the coils and fill the holes with penatrating oil and let it soak overnight and then try to remove them if they break off you will need to take it to a ford dealer Actually, you can't take the car to a Ford dealer. They will not remove the broken plugs. They are required to tell you that you need a head replacement. Your local mechanic having the right tools will do the job for you.
I need an answer to my question. how do you remove the dashboard to install CD player in a 2002 ford explorer. thank you.
with a lot of special words.
Need either special tool or perhaps paper clips inserted in small holes at corner of face plate. After releasing faceplate you should have access to mounting bolts
There is a special tool just for Ford Factory Stereo removal. It is a little "U" shaped device that goes into the holes in the face of the unit. It actually takes two of the tools, (You will see 4 holes on the face plate). Go to any after market car stereo website and you can see what I'm talking about. (crutchfield.com is a good one) Hope this helps.
I have a '94 ford escort. To remove the factory radio you need a special tool that inserts into the pairs of holes found on the right and left sides of the radio. Once the tool is inserted, you will hear a "click" and be able to remove the radio. If you can't get the tool, you could try using something that will fit into these holes. You need to be able to insert something at least a few inches inside to disengage the locking mechanism. The locking mechanism is not complicated like a key, it just needs to be depressed to release.
There are not any special tools needed to remove the brakes on your 2003 Ford Expedition. You will need a lug wrench, a 9/16 socket, a screwdriver, and a needle nose pliers.
Remove the tape player decorative cover. Remove the tape player retaining screws. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the tape player. Reverse the process to install the new tape player.
take it to a tire shop. they have a special scoket that will remove it.
All late model Ford products are the same; the radio has two holes on either side of the face. These holes are about an inch and a half apart. Ford makes a special tool for removing the radio. You may be temped to use Allen wrenches or small screw drivers. DO NOT DO THIS. It will damage the clips and make it difficult to remove the unit. buy the tool. They are inexpensive and can be found at any auto parts store. Inset the tool on both sides and gently pull forward on the whole unit.
there are two small holes on each side of the radio making a total of four holes,you can get a tool made to insert into these holes at wal mart for under 3 dollars follow directions on package.
on each side of the radio, there are two holes.a special two pronged tool slides into the two holes on each side of the radio.once inserted, the holding mechanism is released, and the radio slides out.
You need a special tool available at lordco.
It Has Special Clamps That Require A Special Tool. Check With a Local Garrage And Have Them Replace It.
If you'll look closely at the 4 corners of the radio you should see tiny holes, there is some thing you use that has 4 "prongs" that go in those holes and sort of "eject" the CD player/radio.sorry i can't remember what the tool is called exactly but you can call your local ford dealership or audio shop they will have what you need.
It depends on the vehicle. Some require a special tool to remove the hoses. Ford, some GM and Chrysler products.
There are 3 holes right above your AC control. Unscrew them, it should pop right out.
I own a '98 Tracer and would assume it is the same as a '97. There are two holes on either side of the radio. Many Ford radios have these holes. Two special "U" shaped tools need to be inserted into these holes and this will release the radio, (you should be able to find these tools at any stereo shop). Then just unplug the wiring harnesses (there are 6-7) and the temperature adjustment cable.
If it has 4 small holes one on each side,take 4 small rods and push in those holes and it should unlock it.It will be a tight squeeze getting it out but,it should come out.