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Axxess AFSI-02 SYNC Retention Interfaces for Select 08-up Ford/Mercury

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Provides accessory (12-volt 10-amp)
Retains R.A.P. (retained accessory power)
Used in non-amplified systems
For standard sound systems with stand-alone subwoofer, use part number 70-5522 along with the AFSI-02
For SONY/THX amplified systems, use part numbers AX-ADBOX2 and AX-ADFD01
Provides NAV outputs (parking brake, reverse, mute, V.S.S.)
OE Bluetooth retention
Retains SYNC
Adjustable gain control for SYNC
High level speaker input
Micro “B” USB updatable
Authorized Dealer

AFSI-02 Interface
AXXESS 16-pin harness with stripped leads
AXXESS 22-pin to Ford 24-pin and 16-pin harness
Installation instructions

Compatible With
Ford Escape 2009-2012
Ford F-150 2009-2012
Ford F-150 without 4.2" or 8" screen 2013-up
Ford Focus 208-2011
Ford Fusion 2008-2012
Ford Mustang 2009-up
Ford Taurus 2010-2012
Mercury Mariner 2009-2011

Tools Needed (sold separately)
Cutting tool
Crimping tool
Connectors (ex. butt-connectors, bell caps, more)

Note: Metra recommends disconnecting the negative battery terminal before beginning any installation. All accessories, switches, and especially air bag indicator lights must be plugged in before reconnecting the battery or cycling the ignition. Refer to the instructions included with the aftermarket radio.

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