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Raptor FD-5003 Car Stereo Wire Harness for Select Ford/Lincoln/Mercury

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Raptor FD-5003 Car Stereo Wire Harness for Select 1998-2005 Ford/Lincoln/Mercury

MPN: FD-5003
Condition: New

Harness is used when installing an aftermarket stereo
Connects the aftermarket stereo harness to the vehicles factory harness
Plugs into the factory harness without cutting any wires
Standard color coded wires provide a consistent and simplified installation
Made from OEM quality materials
Same as Metra 70-5700, American International FW-H600 and Scosche FDK9B

Note: Please have professionals install it.

Compatible With

1998-2001 Crown Victoria
2001-2003 Escape
1998-2003 Explorer
2001-2003 Explorer Sport Trac
1999-2003 Expedition (early 2003 production models)
2001-2003 Mustang with Mach 460 or Mach 1000 Sound systems
2002-2003 Ford Thunderbird
2004-2005 Ranger

2003 Aviator
1998-2003 Continental
2000-2003 LS
1999-2003 Navigator
2002-2003 Ford Thunderbird
1998-2001 Town Car

1998-2003 Grand Marquis
1998-2003 Mountaineer

Three Harness

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