Mercury Grand Marquis

How do you replace the radio in a 1984 Grand Marquis?


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2006-05-25 16:14:47
2006-05-25 16:14:47

To replace the radio in your car (hopefully if the '84s are made like the 85s) you would remove the ashtray and unscrew the 2 screws on both ends of the tray. Once those have been taken out, you can then remove the radio bezel (or faceplate). If you have the big radio knobs unscrew those too. You would then take a pair of pliers and unscrew the 4 bolts that support the radio. Once you unloose them the radio should slip right out. There are like 4 connectors that must be unconnected. **** Make sure when buying the wiring harness there are 3 connectors on the harness just like the one that came with the radio. (P.s. there won't be a ground connector with the new harness, but you should wrap the ground wires around the antenna wires and that will give you ground). Connect the radio like normal and you should have a nice sounding system. This is as close as I can get you. I just had my radio replaced and these were the steps we went through to get the ball rolling.


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