Question about Car Audio & Video
This is the wiring harness that comes with the car stereo. All of the
wires are identified in the manual that comes with the radio. Although it
could have been wired directly to the wires sticking out of the dash, I
chose to connect to an aftermarket harness that plugs into the connetors
that were made for the factory car stereo.
The easiest way to wire up a stereo is to buy a wiring harness that connects
directly to the existing factory cable assemblies. The harness comes with
a wiring diagram explaining what each wire is used for. Notice that this
vehicle requires a set of two harnesses and they come in one package. There
are two plugs on each harness making these a "universal" fit for
a wide range of Ford/Mercury vehicles. If you purchase these adapters, you
won't have to cut off the factory connectors on the vehicle. It will be
a snap to re-install the factory radio!
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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