Connect the fuse kit's GREEN Ignition Sense wire (3 amp fuse - switched) to an ignition switched location on the fuse block. When the ignition is off the sense line is low. Connect the ORANGE entertainment mute wire to the vehicle's entertainment system. (that is if your stereo supports it) Connect the RED Positive primary lead to a 4-10 amp fused connection Connect the BLACK ground wire to the vehicle chassis. YELLOW & BLUE are not used.
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There are companies that specialize in adapters and kits that will allow installation of aftermarket car stereo equipment without cutting wires, connectors or filling voids in the dashboard.See some choices linked below:
The easist way to install it ,Is to get a wireing kit from a car audio supply store for your ford, As long as the radio harrness isn,t cut off you can get a wireing kit that plugs in to the factory harness, I installed car audio equipment for over 40 years, Untill i retired this summer, End a llways use a kit,If some one didn,t cut the harness of, If they did cut the factory harness off,I would go end get one from a auto wrecker ,End put it in all so. It makes it a hake of a lot (Easier) to install, Hope this hels you out,
I just replaced the factory stereo in my vehicle yesterday, and found at the local parts store a mounting kit, and a wire harness kit, which made it a 45 minute install, and it looks professional. I spent less than $30 dollars on both pieces, and everything was explained in detail, and no wires were cut, keeping the factory harness intact!
I really hope that this guy bought a wiring kit to put in the aftermarket radio, because this could be simple. Your stock radio runs the dash and parking lights threw it's display and that needs to be looped with the new radio. On the aftermarket, there is a orange wire that does this. Since the stock wiring is different with every make and model of auto out there, you need to buy the wiring kit that plugs into the car's harness and matches in color to the harness of the new radio. Putting together the orange wires will give you back your lights. If this person cut the orginal plugs off of the car and wired it direct to the car, you may want to see if the plugs can be put back on and the wiring kit installed or you going to be going through a nightmare of figuring out what wire is what on the car side. Those wiring kits that plug into the car and wire up to the radio are cheap and can be bought at Wal Mart for about 20 to 25 dollars. Good luck
IF UR CONNECTING THIS S=TEREO ON A CAR ULL NEED A INTALATION KIT AND HARNESS GO TO UR LOCAL AUTO OR RADIO STORE AND BU ONE . NOW ON THE HARNESS CONNECT EACH WIRE TO THER MATCHING COLOR AND IF U DID IT RIGHT IT SHOULD WORK. BUT IF UR WIRES ARE CUT I NEED THE MAKEAND MODEL OF THE CAR TO GO ANY FURTHER
yes.......... just buy a mounting kit for your car and a wire harness for your car.........to install just unplug factory radio and clip the harness on to factory plugs that you just unhooked from factory radio now just attach the same colour to colour wires from your new deck to the harness......mounting kit comes with instructions
(make sure to buy WIRE HARNESS & MOUNTING KIT for your car) and your install should take less than a hr to do