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Raptor FD-5014 Amp Bypass Wire Harness for Select Ford Lincoln Mercury

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Raptor FD-5014 Amp Bypass Wire Harness for Select Ford Lincoln Mazda Mercury

MPN: FD-5014
Condition: New

Plugs into Car Harness Power and Pre Amp
Plugs into Amplifier Harness and into Speaker Inputs
To be used as a jumper bypassing the factory amplifier
Plugs into Pre-Amp Harness and into Speaker Harness at amp
Same as Metra 70-5514, American International FW-H5 and Scosche FDK2B

Compatible With

Bronco (full size) 1992-1996
Crown Victoria 1992-1994
Explorer 1991-1994
F-250/350 1997
F-Series Pickup 1992-1996
Probe 1993-1997
Taurus 1990-1995
Thunderbird 1989-1996

Continental 1990-1994
Mark VIII (without JBL amp) 1993-1994
Mark VII 1990-1992
Town Car 1990-1994

Navajo 1991-1994

Cougar 1989-1996
Grand Marquis 1990-1994
Villager 1993-1995
Quest 1993-1995

Tools Required for Installation (sold separately)
Cutting Tool
Crimping Tool

Power Harness
Amplifier Integration Plug
Amplifier Bypass Cable

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