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How do you remove the factory Ford radio?

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2005-10-02 05:32:59
2005-10-02 05:32:59

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.

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