Radio Bezel Screws

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  1. joebrez

    joebrez New Member

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    I’m changing out my Radio Bezel and noticed that the twoscrews that's secure the middle are missing. SinceI don’t have one to measure against, would anyone know the specs?
    Hell, I’ll even take a Ford part number if you happen tohave one!

    It's a 94'

     
  2. Orange 94

    Orange 94 Moderator Staff SN95 Supporter

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    The ones that bolt the radio support to the back of the dash? I'm not sure if they're really necessary, neither of my cars have them.

    If you really want them, pick apart will be your friend. Sometimes cjpony will have random oem parts, but I doubt they would have those.


    Also, please don't change text to black. Nobody can read it :p
     
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    What did you reply to? I don't see any text?
     
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    black script on the black background :)

    They are not really needed as the clips are strong enough to hold it. Most other dashes are held on this way. If I can find one later I will take a pic as I still use them but if I lost them I would not cry.
     
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    and now that I think about it, most people do not know there are actually 3 screws holding that bezel on. Yes the two in the front everyone knows about but the 3rd was actually in the back of the dash, behind the radio. You had to pull the radio out and use a long 8" extension to get it out, or a solid pull would snap the piece it was mounted too. Chances are if you look behind the radio you will see a screw holding a small piece of plastic to the metal under dash. That is the screw.
     
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    If you want to replace them, they are the same screws that hold the bezel for the gauge cluster in place. You could pull on of those and pick up a couple.
     
  7. joebrez

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    Sorry for the Black Text. I didn't change it, so not sure why it went that route.
     
  8. joebrez

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    Thanks!!!