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Axxess AXSWCH-FD1 Steering Wheel Control Harness for Select 2015-up Ford Transit Vehicles

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Axxess AXSWCH-FD1 Steering Wheel Control Harness with 4.2-Inch Display Screen for Select 2015-up Ford Transit Vehicles

Axxess' AXSWCH-FD1 harness allows you to connect the steering wheel audio controls in select 2015-up Ford Transit vehicles (if equipped) to a new car stereo without having to splice into your factory wiring. To use this harness, you'll need the Axxess AXSWCH-FD1 steering wheel control interface (sold separately) and a compatible aftermarket radio.

This cable also lets you keep your factory-installed backup camera when you install an aftermarket car stereo in these vehicles. The package includes includes a harness that plugs into the Axxess AXSWCH-FD1 steering wheel audio control adapter (sold separately) and a cable to connect your backup camera to your new stereo. Once installed, you'll see images from your rear-view camera on your new receiver's screen.

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  • Fits 2015 - and Up Ford Transit vehicles with factory 4.2 inch monitor monitor
  • Retains factory steering wheel controls (Requires ASWC-1 controller)
  • Retains the factory backup camera
  • Allows an aftermarket car stereo with a video input to be used with a factory backup camera
  • Plug and Play installation for quick reversible installation

  • Owner's manual
  • Ford Sync/SWC harness

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