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Is it for your amp???? If so (considering you have an aftermarket stereo), find the blue blue. Sometimes it is blue with a white line.

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You need the yellow wire to keep all your settings stored. base/treble/time clock

Just a little clarification. Your amp turns on with the remote wire (blue) wire, if that is not hooked up you will get no power to the amp.

Here's the in-dash diagram to your vehicle at the bottom of this pdf.

http://www.installdr.com/Harnesses/Ford-Wiring.pdf

You want to focus on N,O, and P

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You could also have one of these fuses out under your hood, that might cause you to lose power to everything.

http://www.allfordmustangs.com/forums/attachments/4-6l-tech/32493d1188791176-2003-mustang-fuse-box-diagram-2003-enginefuseblock02.pdf

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