Need to remove your old radio for replacement? Does your old radio have 2 small holes on each side of the face? We sell the removal tool to release the factory spring retainers that hold it in place. Inserting this tool on both sides will safely and easily allow extraction. You can use other means but this is what this tool is for. Works every time.
SAVE 3.00 when you purchase your keys with a harness. Look for the PLUS package
All Medium Duty COE Conventional Models All Built From 2/94 to 4/05
All Medium Duty Conventional (T300) T-2000 Series
All Medium Duty COE and Conventional (330), COE Models Built After 10/86, Conventional Models Built 10/86 to 6/05 (4 Speaker Kenworth)
Conventional Models All Built From 4/05 to present
One of the most confusing harness that occurs on the international is from 2000 to 2006. The factory radio was usually the Panasonic version. If your truck falls during these years we suggest to pull it and take a look to make sure you get the right harness. Once pulled you might notice a small white plug that is inserted into the back of the radio. It is approx. 5/16 - 3/4in wide. Look farther down the harness wires to see if there is another set of plugs usually the BT-00128 version. If it is there then use the BT-00128. If no other harness is there check to see what version of factory radio you have, Cassette or CD or just AM/FM. If CD buy the BT PAN CD, if AM/FM or AM/FM/CAS buy the BT PAN CAS
16 pin plugs into mating plug approx 3/4in wide and 5/16 tall (used when no other harness is showing in truck) Does not work when the factory cassette version was installed. You might have to trim off the guides on your OEM plug so it will plug into this harness. Its okay. The harness was designed for that