1987 - 1996 F150 & Larger F-Series Trucks1987 - 1996 Ford F-150, F-250, F-350 and larger pickups - including the 1997 heavy-duty F250/F350+ trucks
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I dont understand how it comes out theres just four pin holes on each side of it, its just the facory am/fm radio no tape player, I have a cd player made by kenwood here that my uncle and I pulled out of a chevy, I'm probably going to have to buy the harness connector for wiring if I cant figure out whats what for the ford wires but first how do I get the darn thing out of my dash?
I use 4 roofing nails, a little tug, and its out.
Does the raido still work? I will buy it off of you if the price is fair. I cant stand the stock cassete one as it has no "tune" function. Only search. I live in a semi rural area and you cant search for stations that will come in if you lock them in their hometown. Heck, I will give you my cassete radio if you just want to trade.
So glad my truck's old enough to where the radio is actually bolted down to the dash! Even my aftermarket unit is bolted down, in the exact same fashion as the factory one too - well I did rivet the factory brackets to the aftermarket cradle
Audio & Video Systems, Navigation, Satellite Radio & Mobile Electronics
12-30-2003 10:30 AM
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