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Old 05-29-2013, 04:38 PM
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2013 Dash Removal?

Hey guys I just purchased a 2013 F250 this past sunday and I already ordered a mytouch lockpick so that I can insert navigation on the go and watch movies on long rides. Does anyone know how to remove the dash on the 2013s so I can install it in the back? I know the screen is a new setup in the 2013 modesl. Pleas let me know

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Do they have the 2013 code out yet? I was looking at their website the other day and it only showed up to 2012. I'd be interested in this as well if they have it out.


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Do they have the 2013 code out yet? I was looking at their website the other day and it only showed up to 2012. I'd be interested in this as well if they have it out.


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Yes they have it to work for the new 2013 units. It is called the Lockpick 2
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Very cool, looks like now I'll be able to add a backup camera to my travel trailer. I wonder if I can somehow have that camera on while travelling forward? It'd be nice to be able to see what's behind the trailer when going down the road.
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Yes im pretty sure I heard the extra camera can be on while in drive.

But no one knows how to get to the back of the 2013 headunit??
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Start pulling a corner. Its not rocket surgery...
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Start pulling a corner. Its not rocket surgery...
Yes I realize like this? I use to have a 2006 F150 and it was a lot easier. In this 13 F250 I dont even know where to start. Silver plastic inside the wood or what.
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Very cool, looks like now I'll be able to add a backup camera to my travel trailer. I wonder if I can somehow have that camera on while travelling forward? It'd be nice to be able to see what's behind the trailer when going down the road.
Ya you can leave it on if you want.

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