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Ford car stereo.

Model number.. 96BP-19B132-AA original ford radio in a 1979 mistique.
Try to instal new radio need the color code.Or pin out of the original..

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Thank You, any ways..I finaly found a color code from FORD parts direct..I have the color pinout for the new radio..(Sony am/fm/cd) Now I need to get the conectors and wired together.Thank You..again.
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