Question about Car Audio & Video
There can be two different harnesses for this vehicle depending on whether you have the Ford Premiun System already installed in the vehicle or not. In the premium system the amplification is seperate from the stereo itself and this can cause the problem you describe.
A Ford Integration Wire Harness is needed. This wire harness is very similar to a standard Ford radio snap on wire harness used to install radios in Ford vehicles with standard radios but the other harness will have a small box attached to it which will allow you to connect the new radios speaker wires directly to the wires of the integration harness.
Contact your the shop and ask them to change your harness fron the standard one to the integration harness and you should be good to go.
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Posted on Jul 16, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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