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AA961JESTER
10-04-2003, 06:11 PM
I just bought a used F250SD PSD. The previous owner had a hands free cellphone installed. A bracket (and wires) is mounted on the dash up under the heating controls and radio. Anybody know how to pull out the radio? Do I need the special tool? Help!!

Thanks in advance
Joe

Heron Cove PM
10-05-2003, 12:12 AM
Take a heavy duty hanger, one of the gold ones like the ones that pants come on, cut yourself two lengths and bend them into U-shaped pieces, kind of a flat bottom U-shape. You want the U to be somewhere in the neighborhood of 4-6", 8" max. Insert into both holes on both sides of the radio. You are going to have to play with and wiggle it a little bit, but eventually it will slide out. The fatter the hanger, the thicker the diameter of that wire; not exceeding the diameter of the hole, the easier it will be.

Good Luck. If you need pictures, let me know.

Marshall

Potchkins
11-10-2003, 05:38 AM
visit your local car audio shop
they will have the ford KEYS
to take it out. Or
wal-mart and auto zone
have both sold them at
one time.