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How to change your radio out [video]

Hey guys,

So I made a "how to" video on how to change your radio out. Mine had a short in it so I got a refurbished one on ebay for $30...
Here is a step by step on how to do it... It's easy!

How to change the radio in a Mazda B3000 and Ford Ranger - YouTube


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Nice tutorial! :)
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Thanks guys!
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If you don't have the tool, you can also put 8d nails into those holes and slide that thing right out without taking the bezel apart. Just sayin, good tutorial though.
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Is there only one size of tool, or does Ford have different models of tool for different cars? For instance, I have a 2004 Mustang and a 2011 Ranger. Would one tool fit both?
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It's been the same on every one that I have taken out.
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As long as the radio has the four holes, the tool is the same.
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If you don't have the tool, you can also put 8d nails into those holes and slide that thing right out without taking the bezel apart. Just sayin, good tutorial though.
Thanks that is good to know!
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I didnt have to take the bezel off on mine. ( 98 ranger ) i used two hangers and a screw driver
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momma said that if i didn't have anything nice to say than don't say anything.
so ill just say i don't like the way you did that.
but i do like that you made a video for some of the first timers to get a general idea from
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