Once you have the dash section removed, there are 4 Philips… look on top of the radio there is a tray. These units are Used models with only minor cosmetic problems which will not affect the performance of the model. If not, use the middle thickness and go from there. Concern may be duplicated with convertible top down, quarter glass down and front door glass up. You'll have to remove a couple of connectors and the cable behind it, which is all pictured below From here, I'd probably start on the top dash screws.
Home made radio removal tools If you don't have radio removal tools on hand, they can be purchased online or at your local car stereo retailer. If this does not work, you will need to contact a radio installer or mechanic to safely pry it out. But if you don't have the patience or the money to spend, you can always make them yourself, and that's exactly what were going to show you in this session! Remove 3 Phillips screws long ones that are underneat the steering wheel. And numerous times I tried to register my Mustang with Ford sync vehicle health report but said my vehicle wasnt compadable, which I didnt understand. I had it replaced a few years ago when it started all this, they clearly replaced it with a new unit but the new unit was still doing the same thing, but after the warranty was up. Once the panel is removed, you will need to pull out the radio using the 4 straps on each corner. The windows need to be aligned to each other and the convertible top, as a glass system.
Some Fords have multiple interior fuse boxes including in the trunk - the video above will show you where the interior fuse box of your 2008 Mustang is located. This is assuming you have a manual. These are by your feet in the front. They know more about your vehicle, than any one trying to help you. It is always a good idea to look at the suggested application guide before purchase.
Remove the center trim panel. We also recommend matching the harness on your existing radio, to the one pictured the listing. Set these aside with it's screws. Roush is a registered trademark of Roush Enterprises Inc. The V8 starters can be a problem to remove.
Below are the most popular. The battery was replaced and now the radio will not work. The filter is held on by appx 8 bolts with one that has a larger head than the rest. After these screws are out, simply pull the cover towards you, and lift up and it'll come straight out. Pop the headrest off and flip it around, or toss the headrests in the trunk like I did.
What you have to do is lift up the head rest as far as you can then get something like a clothes hanger and stick it in that groove in the metal part under the head rest. All those fuses are 30 amps. Then you push the headrest all the way down. Then remove the glove box. If your Mustang has many options like a sunroof, navigation, heated seats, etc, the more fuses it has. So if your on the manufacturing mood, lets get started! It wasn't all that bad i took out all the duct work, the heater core, blower motor and all the other stuff i don't need or use anymore. A diagram for that fuse is below.
Which will … give you access to another screw to remove the center dash piece. Installation is almost the reverse your battery is still disconnected, I hope :. The next step is to remove the dash pad. I noticed my radio turned off. Pull both side console panels off the center console. When push button start is pushed car acts like it wants to crank but does not.
Tool Time Index Radio removal tools Part-2 Lets make some tools! Then I believe u… Remove the plastic overring around the radio then pull on the console cover that covers the gearshift and goes up around the ashtray, it snaps on, just give it a firm pull, there are two gold screws that face you take them out and then two there are two nuts on two screws loosen the nuts and slide the radio out. Remove the center trim panel Remove the radio mounting screws then pull the radio out of the instrument panel just far enough to access the electrical connectors and antenna cable on the backside of the unit Disconnect the electrical connectors and the antenna lead from the backside of the radio and remove the radio Remove the center trim panel Remove the radio mounting screws then pull the radio out of the instrument panel just far enough to access the electrical connectors and the antenna cable on the backside of the unit Disconnect the electrical connectors and antenna lead from the backside of the radio and remove the radio You just have to take a cloth hanger. Here's a pic of my firewall puking its guts out! Install the cylinder into the housing--fully seated and aligned with the interlocking washer. Engine turned back on and I turned off the radio and ac. Cut them off each end so you will have two U-shaped pieces.