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93 Explorer XLT Deck Swap

Discussion in 'Explorer Audio & Navigation' started by AustinM, October 22, 2018.

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    1. AustinM

      AustinM New Member

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      I bought my explorer last year and had the deck switched out to a new one, but after my battery died last week (I'm assuming when the battery got jumped) the deck stopped working. So I'm looking at replacing it, and I'm trying figure out if it would be easy enough for me to just buy the deck on Amazon and replace it myself or if I should just take it to CarToys again. Anyone have any know how on replacing the deck in a 93 Explorer?
       
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      YouTube is your friend, here. I found year-specific videos on swapping various parts on my 2006 Explorer, so just search YouTube for your year-model. Crutchfield also has replacement instructions if you happen to go the "new" head-unit route.
       

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