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2003-2004 ram 2500 radio removal


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draasch 
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does anyone know how the radio comes out on this truck????
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As far as I can remember their is only one screw below and to the right of the radio inside a pocket. The rest of the plate that surrounds the radio and cluster is held in by clips. Pull the plate towards you to disengage the clips. You can then remove the 4 screws holding in the radio and pull it out.
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sparkie wrote:
As far as I can remember their is only one screw below and to the right of the radio inside a pocket. The rest of the plate that surrounds the radio and cluster is held in by clips. Pull the plate towards you to disengage the clips. You can then remove the 4 screws holding in the radio and pull it out.

YEP!  I have an 05 Ram 2500.  One screw inside the hook at the lower right corner of that bezel.  Take that out, then gently pry around the whole bezel.  It actually comes out with not much force, so nothing should break.  

Derek


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