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Old 12-17-2010, 11:42 AM
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2011 F250 RADIO REMOVAL

Does anybody know how to remove the radio from f250 with the center consul

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Old 12-17-2010, 12:52 PM
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already looked at that it didnt help
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Its easy. Pry open the power point and Sync. There is a screw behind each one. Take those out. Then just pop it off. Easy as pie.
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What about the two trim piece's with vent's off to the far left and far right of the dash?
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The dash is different in the 2012...... Huum Wonder why? Also, I looked at buying a 2011 before deciding on new and the seats on the 11 were two tone. Do the 11's have heated and cooled seats?
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The dash is different in the 2012...... Huum Wonder why? Also, I looked at buying a 2011 before deciding on new and the seats on the 11 were two tone. Do the 11's have heated and cooled seats?
Yes at least my lariat does.


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