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There are two types of receivers. Double-DIN and single-DIN. Double-DIN is easy to see as it is DOUBLE the SINGLE-DIN's height. If your vechile is a single-DIN it will only be about 3-4 inches tall, while the DOUBLE-DIN is doulbe that 6-8inches tall.
If you have a DOUBLE-DIN in your car and are installing a SINGLE-DIN you will need a housing.
If you have a SINGLE-DIN in the vechile you will not be able to install a DOUBLE-DIN without heavy moddification and cutting.
No, the dash openings are different sizes. The Ford uses what's termed an "Iso-DIN" opening whereas the Jeep uses "Euro-DIN. Both the width and the depth are different, and the the Ford being deeper than the Jeep, you may end up with a couple of inches of radio left over when it's fully pushed into the opening.
There are many dash kits available to adapt most aftermarket radios to most any make and model of vehicle. There's not any adapters that I know of to adapt one vehicles OEM radio to another make and modelof vehicle.
The radio will work OK. It's just that it'll be a lot of work and the finished result will probably resemble a "Rube Goldberg" add-on.