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How do you remove the factory radio of your 93 Mercury Cougar XR7?


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2015-07-15 18:55:17
2015-07-15 18:55:17

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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

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