[This followup was posted to alt.autos.ford and a copy was sent to the
If there are two holes on each side of the radio, it uses the standard
Ford-style release. Go down to your local auto store and get the removal
tools. They are simply two U-shaped pieces of metal with little balled
points on the ends. You push them into the holes, tilt out, and then pull
the radio out.
That said, tapping into inputs may not be possible, depending on how
it's set up.
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