Use the 'U' tools that u find in any auto parts store.
look at the radio and you will see 2 little holes on each side of it now you can do 1 of 3 things you can go to the auto parts store and get the "u" tools OR you can cut a coat hanger up and make your own OR you can take 4 jewlers screwdrivers the will fit in the holes once you have made a decision on what tool to use stick them all in the holes grab the tool of chice once in the holes and puch outward outward as in right hand pushes to the right and left hand pushes pushes to the left this should push the little clips in and you will be able to pull out with the tools
In order to take the factory radio out of a 1999 Mercury Cougar you must have DIN tools. Once you make sure you have these, you can insert the tools into the screws on both sides of the stereo. After the tools are inserted, you need to push the tools to the outside of the stereo (slightly) to release the lock mechanism. After the mechanism is released, you can pull the stereo forward and out of the dash. Finally, you need to remove all the connectors and the antenna.
Where is the radio amplifier in a 1989 mercury couger
I find that by going to www.crutchfield.com they have a lot of advice. I just installed a car stereo in my 1993 courgar and you need a special factory radio removal tool that has 4 prongs that will remove the radio. Then, you need to install the new radio as per directions. Additional mounting brackets may be needed.
if you are trying to install the factory stereo to it...it should be the same plug...if you are trying to install the stereo for a cougar on a different car you need to buy the plug for that stereo and then a harness for the other car...
How to remove the factory radio and disconnect wirring harnes in a 2004 f150 ford truck
The factory radio on a 1987 Mercury Grand Marquis is made to play local radio states and cassette tapes. It is connected to a high fidelity sound system.
Remove the 1993 Toyota decorative radio cover in. Remove the radio retaining screws. Pull the radio out. Remove the wiring harness.
Remove the radio retaining cover from your 2000 Mercury Villager radio. Remove the radio retaining screws. The stereo will slide out. Remove the antenna cable and the wiring harness from the back of the stereo.
Begin by removing the decorative cover from your 1990 Chevy Caprice factory radio. Remove the radio retaining screws. Remove the wiring harness and the antenna cable from the back of the radio.
Remove the retaining cover to your 2005 Chevy Malibu radio. Remove the radio retaining screws. Slide the radio out. Remove the wiring harness and the antenna cable.
how do you remove the radio from the 1998 740il. I am trying to repair the cup holder.
you eat it
There is nothing to reset except the radio presets and the clock.
For the 2001 Mercury Mountaineer, you will need a flat tool to remove the stereo cover. You must remove and disconnect the various connectors before removing the radio itself.
cut wire between the dash and radio and fuse box.
Thye make these little u shaped tools that you can buy at walmart or auto store. you slide them in the two holes on each side and pull out. Very simple.
If you are referring to the factory supplied radio, it is not a 'component' type radio. It must be removed from the dash and dis-assembled.
Every time you disconnect a battery cable you have to reprogram the radio stations ( if that's what you are asking )
There is a frame around the radio that can be remove with a screw driver. Once this is remove you will be able to see four screws that need to be removed.
you can't do it yourself you have to get help from a pro
Call your dealer.
i have mercury mountaineer 2004 i remove first the cover around the radio is a press ion when you remove you have to take 4 screw 2 in left 2 in right them put in front slow them disconnected the harness and antenna .