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 Post subject: ICC fascia panel Removal
Posted: Wed Apr 07, 2010 10:00 pm 
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hey guys

i need to remove the ICC fascia panel to connect up a ipod cable to the stereo but i can't find any instructions on how to remove it and i aint too keen on cracking or damaging it

BTW the car is BF Fairmont Ghia

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 Post subject: Re: ICC fascia panel Removal
Posted: Wed Apr 07, 2010 11:51 pm 
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you dont need to remove the icc to connect the ipod cable...

if its a proper ford cable in plugs into a connecter tucked up behind your fuse box and runs across your dash and hangs out below the cigarette lighter

if you still think you need to remove the icc.
pull the silver surround off from around your auto shifter, undo 2 screws (1 on each side) that hold on the banana shaped plastic bits, pull them off, 2 screws and 1 plug to remove the tissue box holder, 2 screw at the lower sides of the icc and 1 up top under the triangle bit above the icc (this just un clips from the windscreen side of it)

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 Post subject: Re: ICC fascia panel Removal
Posted: Fri Apr 09, 2010 1:22 am 
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Hey cam

thanx for the info :D
the iPod cable that plugs is near the fuse box can that be bought of eBay or is it only from ford dealerships?

If it can be bought of eBay could you put up a link to one so I know what I'm looking for that is if you don't mind going to the trouble

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 Post subject: Re: ICC fascia panel Removal
Posted: Fri Apr 09, 2010 9:07 am 
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something like this will cost you about $35- $40 from ford, it comes with instructions on how to install it and you just hit the "AM" radio button to listen to aux

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Posted: Sat Apr 17, 2010 5:41 pm 
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Best to get the amped version of the Ford AUX kit .... or the ASL Logisitics IPOD cable (if you are using an iPOD/iPhone) ... as it charges and plays through the 30-pin connector.

 

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Posted: Mon Apr 19, 2010 8:27 pm 
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Best to get the amped version of the Ford AUX kit .... or the ASL Logisitics IPOD cable (if you are using an iPOD/iPhone) ... as it charges and plays through the 30-pin connector.

thanx for your reply and a iphone will be used on the system

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on another note i am still trying to work out how to remove the shift surround as i will be installing a pair of gauges soon

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Posted: Tue Apr 20, 2010 8:37 am 
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Auto or manual????

Auto the surround unclips and lifts off ... lift from under the front edge and it pops up . and lifts out. The actual shifter plate (if a 4 -speed) is a much larger job ... it's a console out job.

If 6-speed auto ... then it should be easier ... only the surround needs coming out as you can manouevre the console a bit and get the plate out.

 

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Posted: Wed Apr 21, 2010 1:22 am 
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Mechan1k wrote:
Auto or manual????

Auto the surround unclips and lifts off ... lift from under the front edge and it pops up . and lifts out. The actual shifter plate (if a 4 -speed) is a much larger job ... it's a console out job.

If 6-speed auto ... then it should be easier ... only the surround needs coming out as you can manouevre the console a bit and get the plate out.

hey thanx for your reply
its a 6-speed auto :twisted: :twisted: :twisted: LOL

so would i be best to unclip from front or back and do i unclip the silver section only or is it the black section

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