Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 05-03-2013
…troublesome and will require wire cutters to convert wiring harnesses and a screwdriver to take away the radio mount. Replacing a Ford Radio is similar in every vehicle except for the F250 and autos geared up with the Shaker 500 stereo. Removing the Stock Ford Radio Disconnect the detrimental battery cable in your Ford vehicle before attempting to work on the radio. Wiring components may cause electrical shock; disconnecting the destructive batt…
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 30-10-2012
…of the faceplate adapter. 4. Connect the leads of the wiring harness adapter to the retailers on the again of the aftermarket stereo/radio. Slide the aftermarket stereo into the opening offered by the Ford faceplate adapter. 5. Place the negative battery cable clamp across the detrimental lead put up of the Ford battery. Tighten the bolt on the clamp with the ten mm wrench so that the clamp can not move freely in regards to the lead post….
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 09-04-2013
ess adapter. Connect the opposite finish of the adapter to the wire harness of the new radio. Push the connections collectively and click them into place. Attach the radio antenna to the offered port on the rear of the radio. 5. Slide the related radio into the radio installation sleeve. Push it in until it clicks into place. Reconnect the car battery. Turn on the radio to check the installation….
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 11-11-2012
…the Escape. 4. Remove the trim panels at the bottom of the door openings with a trim panel elimination tool. Lift the carpeting and route the ability cable to the rear cargo space of the Ford. Change the trim panels by hand. 5. Remove the Ford stereo. Place the DIN elimination tools into the stereo removal holes located on both side of the stereo’s face. Pull the tools outward whereas pulling the stereo from the dash. Pull the stereo far e…
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 11-03-2013
…e adapter from the Ford installation equipment into the stereo mounting dock. Push the faceplate adapter into the opening till it snaps into place. Attain into the adapter to tug forth the leads of the wiring harness adapter. 5. Plug the wiring harness adapter leads into the corresponding outlets on the back of the brand new stereo/radio. Plug the antenna cable into the outlet on the rear panel of the stereo labeled “FM antenna.” 6. S…
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 12-01-2014
…to the dash. Run the wiring through to the front of the opening and connect it to a wiring harness adapter. Attach the wiring harness adapter results in the brand new stereo. Plug the antenna wire into the aftermarket stereo. 5. Put the brand new stereo into the faceplate adapter package till it snaps into place. 6. Replace the battery cable clamp onto the destructive lead publish and tighten it with the screwdriver….
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 24-05-2013
…tools. 3. Pull the prevailing radio out of the dash with the DIN instruments while sustaining outward pressure on the tools. 4. Remove the factory antenna plug and the six-pin connector from the back of the Ford Taurus radio. 5. Join the manufacturing unit antenna plug to the back of the brand new radio marked for the antenna. 6. Connect the six-pin connector to the back of the radio unit. 7. Slide the radio into the dash until it locks into the…
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 16-04-2013
…4. Plug the wiring harness adapter lead connectors into the retailers on the precise facet of the brand new stereo’s rear panel. Insert the antenna cable lead into the FM antenna outlet on the left aspect of the radio. 5. Slide the aftermarket radio into the set up sleeve till it snaps into place within the dashboard stereo dock. Place the faceplate of the stereo onto the unit (for removable face radios only). See the radio’s accompa…
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 01-11-2012
l the manufacturing facility stereo from the sprint whereas sustaining the outward pull on the keys. The radio will slide forward from the dashboard till the wiring connections are accessible on the rear of the pinnacle unit. 5. Pull every of the wiring groups from the back of the Ford Taurus’ inventory radio. The wiring is sure collectively by white plastic binders. Pull the plastic binders from the outlets; don’t pull the wires. 6….
Filed Under (Ford) by admin on 27-10-2012
n sleeve; on other models use a faceplate adapter.) 4. Join the wiring harness adapter leads into the again of the brand new radio. Plug the antenna cable into the FM antenna outlet on the rear panel of the aftermarket radio. 5. Place the again of the new stereo at the opening of the stereo mounting dock. Slide the stereo straight into the opening until the stereo snaps into place in the dock. 6. Exchange the grounding cable clamp over the unfavo…