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September 23rd, 2001, 10:00 AM   #1
ksprober
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: Sep 2001
: Topeka,Kansas
: 81
I can't find enuff information on removing the factory stereo from my 95 pgt..it's just the ford factory casset player..I can remove the center consoul and piece surounding the stereo and heater controls but need help on just removing the stereo..
thanks
 
September 23rd, 2001, 10:30 AM   #2
93MNGT
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: Mar 2000
: Fargo ND USA
: 36
: 1,406
Well if its like my 94 there will be little holes on each side, you can buy a tool for this or you can stick small nails or a coat hanger etc. etc. in there and move them around just right and it will slide out

 
September 23rd, 2001, 11:32 PM   #3
mayo10
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: Jun 2001
: Richmond, BC
: 67
yeah, the easiest way is to bend a wire coat hanger so that it's ends will fit into the two holes on both sides. You will need two of these wire hanger setups. Just poke them in the holes and wiggle the deck out. It should slide out with ease.
 
September 24th, 2001, 09:10 AM   #4
Antwon2000
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: Aug 2000
: Long Island, New York
: 39
: 1,894
The tool is called a "DIN tool" it is a "U" shapped tool that goes into the two holes on each end. You need two of them, and they snap right in and you pull out.
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