Most Ford radios use special radio removal tools purchased at most auto parts centers the most common design is a pair of U shaped tools that insert into the holes on both sides of the radio then you pry outwards towards the doors of the vehicle and pull back at the same time to pull the radio from the dash.
i didnt use any special tools...i took off my dash panels and reached my hands up in there and used like pliers and screwdrivers and got it out w/o doing any harm at allBrL
How to remove the factory radio and disconnect wirring harnes in a 2004 f150 ford truck
The remote wire on the factory radio in a 2005 F150 Ford Supercrew is usually blue. The remote wire is used to connect extra things to a radio that are not already factory installed.
Use the expensive Ford tool, or just use four, clean 16penny nails, and slide them into the four holes in the faceplate of the radio. This will release the spring clips, and the radio can be gently worked out. To replace, remove nails, and just slide unit in.
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It pull's off and snaps back on.
the factory radio should be realy easy to move mine is a 89 f150 lariat so it should be the same now i dident have the part to remove it the best i can say is do what i do rip it out and pray for the best but if you have the extra cash go to kragen auto parts and ask for a CD player removel kit hope this helped you keep trucking
I had this problem when i installed a CB radio in my 94 f150. It turned out to be a bad ground. I was sure the spot I first chose to ground the radio was a good one, I was wrong. I moved the ground once or twice and found a good spot.
where is the tps located on a 1994 f150
F150 u mean I`m sorry, yes F150
With fuel line quick release tools available from your local auto parts store.
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