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taking out head unit

Discussion in 'Stock 2002 - 2005 Explorers' started by androofoo, January 30, 2006.

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  1. androofoo

    androofoo New Member

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    anyone know how to safely remove the center trim so i can have access to remove my head unit?
     
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  3. FordLover

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    That thing is on there... I kept thinking I was going to break it, but it does pop loose. I'd start at the top, pop it loose up there, and then do the botom
     
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    androofoo New Member

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    dud u just use a flathead to pop it out?
     
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    I used a small hook in the corner, to get it forward, then used my fingers the rest of the way. I was worried anything else could crease the dash, or otherwise ugly it up. Since my truck is new to me, and only has 12K miles, I wanted to be super careful.
     

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