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Cd and radio

I took out my radio and want to put CD & Radio combo in. How do I wire this up?. Hookups are different.

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  • sanmoye5 Aug 15, 2008

    The cd radio combo came out of 99 ford f 150. Will this still work on this?

  • Anonymous Sep 06, 2008

    do i have to buy the adapter for the 1997 version of the f150?

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You will have to buy an adapter. scoshe is a cheap brand available at wal-mart that i have never had a problem with. from there, you will just need to match up the colors and connect the wires. wire nuts should be sufficient.

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