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radio connector problem

Discussion in 'Explorer Audio & Navigation' started by davidmmm69, December 13, 2004.

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  1. davidmmm69

    davidmmm69 Elite Explorer

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    I have a 95 xlt Ford Explorer and need to put a stock radio back into it to sell it. I bought a radio off of ebay and it does not have the connectors i need.
    The ones i need have one gray long one and one square back one.i believe this radio came out of a 2000 Ford Explorer..
    any one know where I can get the connectors for this radio to splice into my explorer,.
    thanks all
     
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    That radio wasn't designed to go in that vehicle. The radio you got has in internal amp. Your stock system in you truck has an external amp(was this by-passed with you system?) Therefore these two radios will have different connectors. I would recomend finding the correct radio, but getting the two connectors and splicing the wires would work. But that would take forever to do. And please don't think that since your selling it you only have to do a half-assed job at it. Nothing like giving the next owner a headache, even if you don't get to meet them.
     






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