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Axxess AXADBXH-FD2 Harness Auto-Detect Interface AXADBX-1/AXADBX-2 Ford 2012-Up

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Axxess AXADBXH-FD2 Harness Auto-Detect Interface AXADBX-1/AXADBX-2

The AXADBXH-FD2 harness is designed for, and must be used with, the AXADBX-1 or AXADBX-2 interface (sold separately) . Please refer to the AXADBX-1 or AXADBX-2 for the 16-pin connector with stripped leads.

Product Information Sheet


  • Provides accessory power (12-volt 10-amp)
  • Maintains the retained accessory power (R.A.P.) feature
  • Provides NAV outputs (parking brake, reverse, speed sense)
  • Retains SYNC
  • Retains the factory AUX-IN jack
  • Pre-wired AXSWC harness (AXSWC sold separately)
  • Designed for non-amplified models
  • Retains balance and fade
  • Micro-B USB updatable

Vehicle Fitment:


  • Escape 2013-up (with AM/FM/CD radio)
  • F-250/350/450/550 XL 2017-up (without CD player) (with AM/FM/CD radio)
  • Fiesta 2014-up (with AM/FM/CD radio)
  • Fiesta (with SYNC) 2011-2013
  • Focus 2012-2014
  • Transit 2015-up (with AM/FM/CD radio)
  • Transit Connect 2014-up (with AM/FM/CD radio)

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