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Little help 2004 Stock Radio Removal

Where can I get the tool to remove the stock 6 disc cd/radio from my truck?

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Id also like to know, i dont want to pull the dash off

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why do you want to pull it? to install a aftermarket one? if thats the case you will need to pull the dash anyway. i would pull it either way, its just clips, just pull. takes like 2 min to remove.


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why do you want to pull it? to install a aftermarket one? if thats the case you will need to pull the dash anyway. i would pull it either way, its just clips, just pull. takes like 2 min to remove.
And a bit of finesse to get it past the shifter on the column. I tilted the steering wheel all the way down, pressed the brake, and shifted down to L1 in order for it to clear.

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You can get the tool at Walmart... and thers no need to pull the dash to put in an aftermarket stereo.
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i dont know about you guys but my stockers mnt bracket was screwed into the sides of the radio and so i would have to say it all needs to com out to get to the 4 mounting bolts

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You can get the tool at Walmart... and thers no need to pull the dash to put in an aftermarket stereo.

only if you are using the sleeve from a single din like in your 7.3 but i dont see how with the dbl din and how the cage mnts

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In the 05 ups, YES you have to remove the dash, in an 04, just got to walmart and they sell DIN radio removal tools, they are little U-shaped metals pieces you stick into the holes on the face of the radio, apply pressure outward, and pull. boom, radio out!

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only if you are using the sleeve from a single din like in your 7.3 but i dont see how with the dbl din and how the cage mnts


I forgot 04 was double din... sorry haha
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a wire hanger bent in a U shape works just fine.. u spread them apart once they are in to get it to release

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