Question about Car Audio & Video
That is a tricky question. It would depend alot the audio9 system that was running the video. If it is factory u will have to run the factory video, if it was installed aftermarket as an add on u can install just about any aftermarket video you want to put in. If you have a seperate dvd player and it does not say ford you had an aftermarket video, if you have no dvd you more than likey had an aftermarket system, you will more than likey have to take your vechicle to a stereo shop and they can tell you if it is factory or not.
Posted on Jul 30, 2010
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