Radio

A radio refers to an electronic device that works by receiving radio wave (an electromagnetic wave) that has the capacity to broadcast news, speech, music and other audio through the air.

Asked in Ford Taurus, Mercury Sable, Radio

How do you remove the radio from a 1986-1995 Taurus-Sable?

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Use the removal tools to pull the radio assembly out of the dash - note: you do NOT need to remove the plastic trim piece! :) Insert the tools into each pair of small holes on either side of the radio face They're all the way in when you feel them hit an indent, or a bit of 'click' Push the tops of the tools to the *OUTSIDE* while pulling the radio out from the dash. This is more "art" & feel than specific instructions. - Disconnect the 2 or 3 wire harness connectors off & disconnect the radio antenna wire. As you can imagine, re-installing is just a matter of connecting the wire harnesses & antenna - align and push the radio back in until you hear/feel the side-clips click back into place. TIPS: Be sure to spend the few dollars for the wire harness kit - This saves you from having to CUT the factory wiring. If you sell the car, it takes only 10 minutes to put the factory radio back. Many places even give you the radio removal tools when you buy a radio from them, like Crutchfield.com Do not try to save a few dollars and spend far more than $5 worth of your time with home made tools In my opinion, the only way to properly install an after-market CD player in any vehicle would be to make a trip to your local electronics store and buy the adapter (harness) for that vehicle. They are pretty inexpensive and a lot more dependable. first disconnect the positive& negative battery cables.then wait for two minutes.then insert removal tool into the four holes in the control panel. if you don't have one use a metal coat hanger and bend it so it has a u-shape.then insert them in all four holes about 1-1/2 inches until you feel the clips release.then push the tools outward and pull the assembly out of the instrument panel.disconnect the wiring harness & vacuum hoses. if you want to replace it with a CD player you will have to get the kit.go to www.scosche.com and they will have what you need.good luck! Don't want to spend the money? You can insert 4 small slender rods in the 4 holes on the left and right side of the radio (small Allen wrenches or very long nails, or similar). insert until you feel some tension, then apply slight pressure towards the outside of the radio while pulling the radio out. There are clips that you need to press in towards the radio to release it. Sometimes, you can do one side at a time. -donville Clarified The answer that donville provided is excellent, however it doesn't take you through it step by step. You can use two long screwdrivers and put them into the side closest to the cassette dock. Then you can push away from the stereo while grabbing the front. This will kick out the one side of the device. Do the same on the other two holes, but have a firm grip on the front of the stereo. Otherwise the side that you have popped out will pop back in. From here you can pull the stereo out and tilt it up so the hook above the stereo will clear the top of the main housing. By using this http://www.crutchfield.com/p_120865618/Universal-DIN-Tool-Pair.HTML?tp=990 OK, I have a Mercury Sable 93 and 94 - if you have the stock radio that is a similar in size to a retail headunit, then you have to buy the Ford radio removal tools. I'm not sure of the specific name, but they're in the shape of a U, and only cost about $3 to $4. Put them in both sides until you feel an indent - push the tools outward while pulling the radio towards you. You can usually take the factory stereo mounting brackets off and put them on the new radio and it should pop in and lock and release the same way you took the factory radio out. DO NOT USE WIRE HANGERS!! For only about $3 you can buy the Ford radio removal tools made for this. Also, you do not have to remove any dashboard trim - the radio will slide straight out of the opening with the tools. I have found that the clips can be taken off the old radio and screwed onto the new unit. I also agree to buy the wiring harness! It is $15 well invested and they are readily available from most autoparts stores. Crutchfield.com will usually even throw them in if you buy a radio from them. (if not free, very inexpensive.) Cut up a wire clothes hanger so that you make a tool shaped like the letter C. Ensure that the "C" is fairly long by cutting one end of the hanger close to the middle. Now you have your tool, look for two holes on either side of the stock radio and insert your "tool," into the holes about 1 to 1 1/2 inch, this should give you enough friction to pull it out. It will take a couple tries but you'll know you're doing it right when the radio partially comes out. Eventually it will pop out. You only need the standard Ford radio, U shaped removal tools, readily & cheaply ($3-5) available at an auto parts store, Walmart, Kmart, etc. (Don't try to save a few dollars and spend far more than $5 worth of your time with home made tools) Use the removal tools to pull the radio assembly out of the dash - note: you do NOT need to remove the plastic trim piece! :) Insert the tools into each pair of small holes on either side of the radio face They're all the way in when you feel them hit an indent, or a bit of 'click' Push the tops of the tools to the *OUTSIDE* while pulling the radio out from the dash. This is more "art" & feel than specific instructions. - Disconnect the 2 wire harness connectors and the radio antenna wire. Re-installing is just a matter of connecting the wire harnesses & antenna - align and push the radio back in until you hear/feel the side retainer-clips click back into place. TIPS: Be sure to spend the few dollars for a wire harness kit - This saves you from having to CUT the factory wiring. If you sell the car, it takes only 10 minutes to put the factory radio back. Many places even give you the tools when you buy a radio from them, like Crutchfield.com The same way you would change any Ford/Mercury factory car stereo. You use either the U-shaped Ford removal tools you can buy at any auto parts store (kept usually near the stereos, cost $5 at Advance/Discount Auto). Insert these in the two holes on either side of the factory stereo until you feel them slide in a little easier. This has released the retaining clips inside the stereo housing. Pull your hands apart as if stretching a piece of bubble gum or something, and pull out. The old factory stereo should slide out pretty easily. Unhook the connectors in the back, the thicker black cable with the metal spear-like tip is your antenna wire. You also need a wiring harness which you can buy for anywhere from $10-20 at any auto parts store or electronics store that sells car stereos. Most will have a simple wiring diagram printed on the package, you just splice the wires together, nearly all are color-coded and the new harness will use the same colors. Usually are 8 wires for the speakers, one colored and one striped for each of the four speakers (solid colored is positive, striped is negative) that will actually be on one harness (grey, I think) and the other harness (they do come as a set) should be black and for the power other connections. One blue wire is for the antenna control, which you can ignore if you have a separate switch on the dash to control it. Red wire is positive power, black is negative/ground. I think there is a yellow wire but hell if I can remember what its for, but like I said, there should be a basic wiring diagram on the package for the wiring harness. Once you have the wiring harness connected to the new stereo (make sure you used crimp connectors or electrical tape, do NOT use duct tape or any other sort of tape), you just hook the new harness to the existing one in the car, and plug the black antenna cable into the obvious round hole in the back of the new stereo (some will also have a black line coming out of the stereo rear with a female connector to plug the antenna cable into). Once you have these connected, slide the stereo into the dashboard and make sure it fits tightly. You may need a mounting bracket kit, but in my experience, its usually not necessary. Its fairly simple, the hardest part is cramming the wires back into the dashboard so the stereo will fit in tightly. The wiring harness connecting takes anywhere from 10 minutes to an hour, depending on your experience and confidence. My recommendation is to take the new stereo and the wiring harness inside and splice them together while you're watching some football or non-existant hockey. Cut two pieces of coat hangar 5" long. Bend into "U" shape around a broom handle. On each side of the face of the radio are two holes. Insert your new tool approx. 1 " into the holes. Apply pressure outwards to release the clips holding the radio in the dash and pull the radio towards you. ... or you can just go to any sound shop or Wal-Mart and buy the tool for a couple of bucks... they'd have it by the head units and speakers. Ford radio removal tools are available for just a few dollars from any auto parts store. Insert one into each set of 2 access holes on each side of the face of the radio unit. When inserting the tool, you will feel a spot where the notched ends have caught into a slight indentation. Push the tops of the tools outward (left and right) while simultaneously pulling the radio forward, away from the dash. When you have the radio out, you'll see that the tools are actually releasing the clips on the side of the radio. you will need to unscrew your dash and pull off the front plate of your dash, then you will need to unscrew the stock radio, then you will need to go ahead and pull out the adapter from the back of your radio. -Shocker There are 2 small round holes on each side of the radio body faceplate. There are tools sold in sets of 2 that are inserted into the holes to release the catches. When inserted and the catches are released, the tools are used like handles to pull the stereo head out. take 4 home trim nails in and push them twards the doors(left 2 to the left and right 2 to the right) pull out of dash You can also go to O'Reilly auto parts and pick up a Ford Radio Removal Tool for 5 bucks,to go perfectly in and pop, then remove
Asked in Pokemon Silver Gold and Crystal, Radio, Pokemon HeartGold and SoulSilver

What is causing the strange radio waves in Soul Silver?

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Team Rocket is causing the strange radio waves at the Radio Tower in Goldenrod City.
Asked in Radio

How do you change the time on a Bose Wave Music System clock radio?

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Located on your Bose Remote control, there is a + and a - symbol under the area where is says "TIME". Make sure your system is ON. Press the + or - buttons to move the numbers on you system to set the desired time. After the desired time is achieved, press and hold the "ALARM TIME" button located at the bottom right hand corner of the remote to lock in the time.
Asked in Car Batteries, Radio, Batteries

How do you listen to radio without running battery down?

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Turn the ignition key to the accessory position which is normally counterclockwise. Only the radio will be drawing power. If you have a good battery you could listen for a couple of hours without running the battery down. Any longer and the battery may go dead. Make sure that the headlights are off; these may still remain on when the key is in the accessory position. Headlights will drain the battery very quickly. It may also be advisable to run the engine for a few minutes every half-hour or so, to recharge the battery.
Asked in Ford Taurus, Mercury Sable, Radio

Is there a converter kit for replacing the radio in 1996-2005 Taurus - Sables?

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Even though the radio is integrated into the climate control dash-panel and requires a converter kit, removing the radio is the same as a regular unit. TIP: Invest the $4-5 for a pair of Ford radio removal tools - widely available from auto parts stores, Walmart, etc. (or fabricate your own if you are really cheap from hanger wire). Insert the tools into each pair of small holes on either side of the radio face They're all the way in when you feel them hit an indent, or a bit of 'click' Push the tops of the tools to the *OUTSIDE* while pulling the radio out from the dash. This is more "art" & feel than specific instructions. Here is where it's slightly different: disconnect the 2 or 3 wire harness connectors off & disconnect the radio antenna wire, AND the related heater/climate controls. I have a 97 and it requires a dash kit (the dash is OVAL, with the heater controls). The kit and wiring harness from circuit city is $85. The radio is in the trunk in that car. you will have to run the wires to the trunk and plug it in. then just match colors. Here is a link that shows where the cabling is run on a Ford Taurus. The 1996-2005 Taurus / Sables / Escorts / Tracers all required the dashkit which have the heater controls built-in. Many stores & outlets carry these, including Crutchfield.com is where I bought one for my 98 Tracer. The dashkits are currently $70, $35 if you purchase a radio priced at $130 or more. NOTE: if your vehicle has the electronic climate control, like my 98 Sable, you may be out of luck - I haven't found one yet. With the converter dashkit, you would be able to fit / install virtually any after-market radio units. SCOSCHE FD134030B TIPS:">TIPS: Be sure to spend the few dollars for the wire harness kit - This saves you from having to CUT the factory wiring. If you sell the car, it takes only 10 minutes to put the factory radio back. Many places even give you the radio removal tools when you buy a radio from them, like Crutchfield.comDo not try to save a few dollars and spend far more than $5 worth of your time with home made tools This vehicle has the round dash panel surrounding the radio and climate controls. If your climate controls are the 3 turn-knobs and not the full electronic controls, then yes, you can put in aftermarket stereo. Just be aware that the dash panel replacement, along with the wiring harness (which is very very long) won't be cheap. Normally you can easily pay 65-80 or more. Then comes the fun of the install. The tuner pack for this factory stereo is in a box that is mounted in the trunk where the antenna is located. You will have to access that and then your purchased harness/antenna adapter will plug into the factory wiring plug and antenna. You must then run that long stretch of wires all the way up to the front and behind the dash up to the factory opening. These will then connect to your aftermarket radio. Totally agree - and you'll find these stereo/radio harnesses at places like typical auto parts stores (Advance, Autozone, etc.), along with Target and Walmart. Save yourself hours of frustration in dealing with wiring - spend the few extra dollars for the harness. Also, some retailers will even include the harness at minimal cost, or even for free, like Crutchfield.com (I'm a very happy repeat customer) On the radio/HVAC control face there are four little holes, two on either side of the radio controls. There are special tools, we call "radio hooks" available cheap at auto parts stores. They should come with instructions. f they don't ask somene there to demonstrate how to use them. The radio will come out fairly easy using radio hooks. If it's the stock dash (specifically the middle containing the ac/radio controls) there are a pair of 'U' shaped tools that you need to get from Ford, eBay, or some source. Once you have them, you just put one on either side lined up with the four small holes, and push in, then pull back out. The dash should easily come out with them. there are 4 small holes in the front of the console. take a piece of a wire coat hanger and bend it in a u shape. make 2 of these. put the ends of this u shape tool into the holes upper and lower on each side and push gently this will unlock the console so you can remove it. It helps to have 2 people...one to push the tools in and the other to get the front of the console off. You can buy a tool made specifically for this but someone gave me the coat hanger suggestion and I used it and it worked. Good luck Since the dash is not a standard opening, the 1996-1999 Taurus Sables require a converter plate. This converter not only allows standard mounting for most all after-market radios, but also has the climate controls for the blower & heater knobs. Retailers like Crutchfield.com have these converters, and they price around $40. NOTE: if your Taurus Sable has electronic, automatic climate control, you're (we're) out of luck. The typical converters I have found won't work with those controls. NOTE: This information applies to the same years Escort / Tracer models since they share the same oval dash design. Even though the pictures are of a traditional DIN mount radio, the information fully applies to the 1996+ Taurus/Sables take a wire coat hanger and cut it in half to form two u shaped pieces. stick them in to the four holes located in the head unit. while giving pressure outward on both pieces of the hanger, simultaneously pull the radio out. make sure the hanger is thick so it wont have much flex I also owns 2001 Ford Taurus SE. Not sure if most of these models comes with standard 10-disc CD player located in the trunk on the left side. If you have a tape player with CD button option, then you should have the black box in the trunk. Otherwise, you may want to speak with your local Ford dealer about it. They can help you with that.
Asked in History, Radio

How did the radio affect the world socially?

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well all i know is that Carson is the coolest dude in the worl and that i wish someday i culd be like him
Asked in Music Genres, Rock Music, Radio

What radio channel plays hard rock music?

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I forgot the specific name of it, but i believe it's channel 20 on satellite radio and it is called "Octane" or something banana 101.5 they play music like escape the fate sick puppies avenged sevenfold all that remains buckcherry. you get the picture.
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What is the radio stations number to B96?

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312 591 9696 That phone number will work in Chicago, but it may not be the B96 you want. There are exactly 100 frequency spots on the commercial FM dial, and they're shared by the thousands of FM stations in the US. That means that every possible frequency has several stations on it, in different cities. In order to determine which of the many stations on that frequency you're listening to, we'd have to know where you're located while you listen.
Asked in Electronics Engineering, Physics, Radio

How can you modify a small Tesla coil to transmit radio waves in the AM band and also be tunable to different frequencies?

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I asked this question myself, but found the answer by other means, so I might as well share it with everyone else in case they ever happen to stumble upon a question like this. First of all, a Tesla Coil does generate radio waves and it can generate radio waves in the AM band, but not very well, so much so that, as far as information goes, one can't really transmit much more than Morse code. Also, it is very hard to tune a Tesla Coil to its own resonant frequency, and tuning it to another frequency would cause it to loose a lot of power, or even to not work at all. Therefore, it might be a better idea to change the resonant frequency of the Tesla Coil, but this is impossible, as it is a single set value, so you'd have to either construct several Tesla Coils (each one with a different frequency), or an extremely complex device that even I have trouble conceiving, which could have a variable resonant frequency. Keep in mind though, that neither of these alternatives could transmit information, just an empty signal. For information, you'd need a device even more complex than the previous one, neither of which I know of to exist. One would be far better off with a conventional AM transmitter. A really good one is the AM88 transmitter found in the "Build Your Own Low-Power Transmitters" book, from the AARL.
Asked in Pop Music, Radio

Who sang He's so fine?

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'He's So Fine' was a 1963 hit for The Chiffons.
Asked in Chris Brown, Radio

What are the lyrics to deuces by Chris Brown Tyga and Kevin McCall?

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All that bullsh**'s for the birds You ain't nothin but a vulture Always hopin for the worst Waiting for me to fu** up You'll regret the day when I find another girl, yeah Who knows just what I need, she knows just what I mean When I tell her keep it drama free Ohohohohohohohoh… x2(Chuckin up them(deuces) I told you that im leaving (deuces) Woooaaaaahhhhh I know you mad but so what? I wish you best of luck And now im fintna to throw them deuces up [Chorus and CB sings] Im on some new sh** Im chuckin my deuces up to her(dueces) Im moving on to something better, better, better No more tryin to make it work You make me wanna say bye bye, say bye bye, say bye bye to her [x2] [Tyga] Uh, Use to be valentines Together all the time Thought it was true love, but you know women lie Its like I sent my love with a text two times Call cause I care but I ain't get no reply Tryna see eye to eye but its like we both blind Fu** it lets hit the club, i rarely sip but pour me some Cause when its all said and done, I ain't gon be the one that she can always run to I hate liars, fu** love Im tired of tryin My heart big but it beat quiet I don't never feel like we vibin Cause every time we alone its a awkward silence So leave your keys on the kitchen counter And gimme back that ruby ring with the big diamond Sh** is over, whatchu trippin for? I don't wanna have to let you go But baby I think its better if I let you know [Chorus abd CB sings] Im on some new sh** Im chuckin my deuces up to her Im moving on to something better, better, better No more tryin to make it work You made me wanna say bye bye, say bye bye, say bye bye to her [x2] [K Mc] Look, my shorty always on some bullsh** like Chicago So I flip that middle finger and the index finger follow Deuces, we ain't got no future in tomorrow I'm a di**, so it shouldn't be that hard to swallow The other chick Im with never complain She make wanna leave the one im with Usher Raymond Probably didn't register, don't trip, later on it will Shorty full of drama like gangsta grizzles I finally noticed it, it finally hit me Like Tina did Ike in the limo, it finally hit me I got a new chick, and she ain't you She paula Patton thick She give me déjà vu And all that attitude, I don't care bout it But all that sh** I do for her, you gon hear bout it Breezy rep two up, two down But im just puttin two up, chuckin up the deuce now [Chorus abd CB sings] Im on some new sh** Im chuckin my deuces up to her Im moving on to something better, better, better No more tryin to make it work You made me wanna say bye bye, say bye bye, say bye bye to her [x2]
Asked in Science, Physics, Medical Technologies, Radio, X-Ray

Why is it dangerous to be exposed to X-rays but not or at least much less dangerous to be exposed to radio waves?

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X-Rays lie at a different end of the electromagnetic spectrum to radiowaves. X-Rays are very high frequency and very small wavelength. This means they are very high in energy. As a chemist I can use X-Rays to knock electrons out from low lying orbitals or cleave covalent bonds....both are very dangerous to biological systems (kinda like being shot by tiny bullets, smashing things apart such as DNA and essential proteins). This also means we get radicals and other reactive species that will undergo unnatural reactions in our bodies (in many cases, they can be oxidising which is very dangerous in the highly reducing environment of our bodies). If X-Rays are like tiny bullets, radiowaves are like tiny pingpong balls. You get hit by one and it's not a big deal. They will transfer some energy to you....some will pass right through you. But generally do not possess enough energy to do any major harm. This is a very basic overview. If you want to dig a little deeper, look up 'electromagnetic spectrum' and note how the less harmful things appear on the low-energy (long wavelength) side of the spectrum...like IR and visible light as opposed to harmful radiation such as UV and X-Rays on the higher energy side.
Asked in Christmas, Radio

How long is the Radio City Christmas Show?

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Exactly 90 minutes, not including the organ pre-show (15-20 minutes) and walk-out music (5 minutes).
Asked in Intellectual Property, Radio

Is it legal to record songs from the radio?

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I always understood that recording songs off the radio was legal as long as you didn't sell the tapes. This would be the law of the USA, under the Supreme Court decision known as "The Sony" case, with respect to recording TV shows, deemed to be "legal" as a "fair use" for personal time-shifting. In other countries it may not be legal: you would be duplicating the work without a license, which is one of the exclusive rights of the copyright holder. This is true regardless of whether you derive income from the duplication.
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What is the functions of the radio?

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In the broadest sense, the function of radio is to carry information from place to place without the need of a medium, such as fires, drums, cannon, runners, stagecoach, Pony Express, pigeons, wires, etc. If you can imagine yourself in a time and place where a physical connection was absolutely necessary in order to move even the simplest message between locations, perhaps you can understand what a big deal the development of radio was, and how it changed the world. An amusing factoid: The technology wasn't called "radio" at first. It was referred to with the quaint, old-fashioned name of "wireless". Surprised ?
Asked in Electronics Engineering, Solar Power, Radio

Do solar garden lights cause radio interference?

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In general, solar powered garden lights won't interfere with radio signals. Solar powered garden lights incorporate a solar cell (or cells) to drive the lights in the fixtures. This is all an issue of direct current and its application. DC (direct current) doesn't generally interfere with radio signals (unless it is switched on and off rapidly, which is not going to be the case with the solar garden lights).
Asked in Ford Windstar SE, Radio

How do you remove a radio from a Ford Windstar?

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Ford DIN Radio Removal Tools - $10.95 DIN Tools are required to safely remove the radio from many Ford vehicles. DM-10-22 These removal tools are also widely available and price from free with radio purchase, to around $4.(Auto parts, Walmart, You only need the standard Ford radio, U shaped removal tools, readily & cheaply available at an autoparts store, Walmart, etc. - Use the removal tools to pull the radio assembly out of the dash - note: you do NOT need to remove the plastic trim piece! :) Insert the tools into each pair of small holes on either side of the radio face They're all the way in when you feel them hit an indent, or a bit of 'click' Push the tops of the tools to the *OUTSIDE* while pulling the radio out from the dash. This is more "art" & feel than specific instructions. - Pull the 2 wire harness connectors off & disconnect the radio antenna. As you can imagine, re-installing is just a matter of connecting the wire harnesses & antenna - align and push the radio back in until you hear/feel the side-clips click back into place. TIPS: Be sure to spend the few dollars for the wire harness kit - This saves you from having to CUT the factory wiring. This may take a few tries to get the radio loose, but be patient - maybe get one side at a time released and then sliding it out. Go to your local auto parts store (I went to Advanced Auto Parts in the Chicago area) and they sell the radio removal tool for about $5.00. All the "tool" consists of is two pieces of metal, about the diameter of a metal coat hanger, bent in a "U" shape. You stick them into the 4 holes in the radio and just wiggle it and pull it out. This is a good start http://www.installdr.com/InstallDocs/FLM/PDF/356021.pdf You only need the standard Ford radio, U shaped removal tools, readily & cheaply available at an auto parts store. - Use the removal tools to pull the radio assembly out of the dash - note: you do NOT need to remove the plastic trim piece! :) Insert the tools into each pair of small holes on either side of the radio face They're all the way in when you feel them hit an indent, or a bit of 'click' Push the tops of the tools to the *OUTSIDE* while pulling the radio out from the dash. This is more "art" & feel than specific instructions. - Disconnect the 2 wire harness connectors and the radio antenna wire. Re-installing is just a matter of connecting the wire harnesses & antenna - align and push the radio back in until you hear/feel the side retainer-clips click back into place. You only need the standard Ford radio, U shaped removal tools, readily & cheaply available at an autoparts store. - Use the removal tools to pull the radio assembly out of the dash - note: you do NOT need to remove the plastic trim piece! :) Insert the tools into each pair of small holes on either side of the radio face They're all the way in when you feel them hit an indent, or a bit of 'click' Push the tops of the tools to the *OUTSIDE* while pulling the radio out from the dash. This is more "art" & feel than specific instructions. - Pull the 2 wire harness connectors off & disconnect the radio antenna. As you can imagine, re-installing is just a matter of connecting the wire harnesses & antenna - align and push the radio back in until you hear/feel the side-clips click back into place. Radio removal Ford Tried the coat hanger deal ended up damaging the clips. Had to remove dash to get to the clips from the backside. Better to buy the "removal tool", it's about $2 at Autozone. Ends are tapered and have a retainer on the end that fits into the radio clips. Follow instructions on package You need to go to Wal-Mart or Best Buy and buy a removal tool for a couple of bucks. It's u-shaped and made of wire. You simply put this tool on the notches that show on the side of the radio, push the tool in and pull out the radio. It's really that simple. If you don't want to purchase the special tools, you can use 4 - 1/8" Allen wrenches. Just be carefull not to insert them more than 1/2". It's a little tricky, but beats buying a tool you may only use once. Use two radio tools available anywhere insert them into the holes in the face plate (there u shaped and fit vertically. Push them in till you hear a click the push slightly out ward on the radio tools while pulling out on them. Or you can make the tools out of a wire coat hangar (if you are a cheapskate like me) :) Just fasten 2 "U"s wide enough to span the holes from top to bottom. Dude, why are you asking, im like 12 and i don't know how to drive a car let alone get a radio out of it <3
Asked in Africa, Radio

World Space Digital Radio For Africa?

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Dear correspondent, I am interested in World Space Digital Radio receivers meant for listeners in Africa.Where and how can I purchase this receiver for a listener in Africa?Please respond to my enquiry through this e- mail address <estherokune@yahoo.com>.Thank you for your anticipated response. S.T.Okune