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I want to change my F-150 radio, basic, with a radio/cassette/cd, will I need a different harness?

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You will need a harness adapter for your model truck. This you will want to solder and heat shrink over the solder joints (Dont just twist tem together) then just plug it in to the factory harness.

You will probably need an adapter kit also.

The wiring harness adapter should come with the color codes for the wires corresponding to your trucks speaker and power wires pinouts make sure you correctly connect them to the color codes of the stereo for proper speaker placement and voltages

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