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Radio wire harness adapter

I am replacing my stock 95 radio / cassette deck. The one I got is out of a 97 and is a stock radio with a CD player. Does anyone know of an adapter or have a wire harness they want to sell?

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Ford part number 1U2Z-14S411-AZA or WPT-186 come up under an 02 FORD.Retail is 68.00.I also deal with a place called United Radio in Syracuse.They might have something too.(800) 634-8606.


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To the best of my knowledge...
The factory CD player in our trucks required an EXTERNAL factory amplifier, which is why it has a different wiring plug than the one you removed. You'll have far few headaches (and a better CD player) if you buy an aftermarket CD player and wiring harness adapter.

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I had the same problem too, bought my 97 with a dead radio and had a good one out of a mustang and my 94 f250 but the wiring was different so i just went aftermarket. You can get a cheap on at walmart for 50 bucks nowadays


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...The factory CD player in our trucks required an EXTERNAL factory amplifier,...
As was the case in my '96.

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As was the case in my '96.
Thanks for the clarification! I thought that was the case.

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