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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 02-25-2015 Thread Starter
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I cracked the plastic screen that covers the radio clock/station display on my factory CD player. Can this part be replaced or do I have to buy a whole new radio? I would prefer to keep the factory head unit in the car.

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If you cracked the screen, I think you'll be looking to replace the whole unit. Lots to choose from as they put that radio into lots of different Fords..

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post #3 of 3 (permalink) Old 02-26-2015
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What year and model Mustang. V8 or V6. I have a stock CD Player from a 2007 Mustang V6, sitting on a shelf in my shed. If its the correct unit, you can have it for the cost of shipping. I replaced it with a DVD unit after installing amplifiers. Message me if interested.


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