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right side above the rear wheel well -you have to remove the panel which has fasteners everywhere and a few screws under the carpet-might have to get a special antenna adapter too- ford premium stereos are weird like that-good luck
Unbolt your radio and check the antenna, sound, and power cords on the back of the radio. also check the fuse pannel (under the dash right next to the drivers side door) for blown fuses. i had to do that with my 1982 escort.
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Its a must to change your radio to an aftermarket radio because its safer and it has an rem wire that for the amp and subwoofer, if you run it a factory radio then the sound if any will be the voice and everything so it will sound distorted and crappy with abnormal bass