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Radio Aux feature and no plug connection

I have a 2004 Ford F150 Supercrew. I have this model radio (4L3T-18C815-AM) with a AUX button. However, there is no where to plug in to the aux input. There is an adapter (PIE FRD04-AUX) available but I don't want to use this method. I have removed the radio and would like to splice a RCA cable plug in to the wire harness. However, I do not have the wiring diagram to tell me what wire is what. Can you give me the wiring diagram for the 2 connectors(one is 24 pin and one is 16 pin) that plug into the back of the radio and the wiring diagram for 8 pin connector that is part of the same wiring harness. I also need the connector part numbers on the internal cable and on the connectors on the rear of the radio.

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    Would it just be easier to use a FM modulator?



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