remove the knobs and there are nuts under then to remove. Then take the nuts from the back of it under the dash and the wiring and remove.
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If your stereo is an integrated faceplate unit (as most post-1991s are) there should be four holes on the faceplate, 2 on the left and 2 on the right.
Check your local auto parts store and ask for a Ford Stereo Removal Tool Set. It consists of two "U" shaped pieces of wire with pointed tips. Insert the two wires into the holes in the stereo faceplate. When you feel them click, pull the stereo out of the dash.
remove radio from a grand marquis 2003
The stock amp in a 1990 Mercury Grand Marquis is in the dash behind the radio.
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.
read the instructions manual.
Hey Nicole==TAke the knobs off and remove the nuts under them then get under the dash and remove the wiring and any nuts holding the rear of the radio. GoodluckJoe
Put in radio station and hit the set button
fuse box under steering wheel
You can buy a FORD radio removal kit at some auto supply stores.
Fuse panel, driver's side, under dash.
If your radio is the cd/tape combo, or if it has an RDS button, just press it a couple times to cycle until it tells you to set hours/minutes, then use the select arrow to change the time
http://www.carstereohelp.com/stereoremovalMercuryGrandMarquis2.htm this link has great step by step instuctions on new radio install including removing the original.
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.
On my 95 Grand Marquis I had to pry off the woodgrain panels beneath the trim ring (I am assuming you are talking about the one surrounding the gauge cluster and radio) There were 5 7mm screws under them and 2 more at the top of the gauge cluster. Good Luck!
It is brown.
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.
Follow the below steps to remove the dashboard from Mercury Marquis: 1) Pry all the pieces off of the dash by pulling them away from the dash. 2) Use radio removal tools to remove the radio in the Marquis. Place one tool inside two of the four holes in the front of the radio, and the other tool in the other two holes. Pull them away from each other and out of the dashboard. Disconnect the wiring harness from the back of the stereo. 3) Remove the screws surrounding the radio using a Phillips head screwdriver. Do not forget to remove the two on the underside of the radio. 4) Remove all the screws around the instrument cluster using screwdriver and use the steering wheel tilt lever to tilt the steering wheel all the way down. 5) Gently pry out the dash, making sure to disconnect the two wiring harnesses behind the dashboard panel before pulling it out completely.
Go down to the parts store or Wal-Mart and buy a radio puller. It is two horse shoe shaped wires with little notches on the ends. You put the pullers into the holes in the face of the radio. There should be two on the right and two on the left, above and below each other. Push them in until they lock in and then just pull out. You may have to spread the pullers toward the outside to get a good bite on the radio. Then, you just pull out and the radio slides out. Then unplug the wires from the back.
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 .
Sounds like receiver ok, check the speakers/fuses.
not completely sure yet, trying now....possibly need to get a puller from parts store and put wires in 4 holes in the front of radio and pull once they clip into place.....otherwise may be able to push it out from the back once ashtray is removed....wire harness is easily removed from back of radio once the radio is out....good luck :)
Ihave 2000 grand prix how to remove dash board to remove radio Go to http://www.carstereohelp.com/stereoremovalPontiacGrandPrixSt2.htm
Follow the link below. This is how I removed the stereo on my 2000 grand prix gt
Remove the trim plate from the shifter. Remove the instrument/radio trim plate. Remove the right side console extension panel. Remove the heater duct. Reach behind the radio and remove the antenna lead. Remove the radio retaining screws. Pull the radio out and disconnect the electrical connectors. To install the CD player you will to buy an installation kit for a'89 Grand Am (it will have all the parts to mount the CD player and instructions how to install it)
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