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Metra 71-5520-1 OEM Radio Harness for Select 03-12 Ford/Lincoln/Mazda

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7" long
Plugs into OEM radio
Includes one 24 way plug for power and speaker
Includes one 8 way plug for premium sound
Includes one 16 way plug for charger and auxiliary
Designed to plug in the factory radio
Can be used to repair a harness where the plugs have been cut off or damaged

NOTE: Some 2003 early production models use the 71-1771 harness

Compatible With
Crown Victoria 2003-2009
Edge 2007-2010
Escape 2004-2011
Expedition 2003-2011
F-150 (excluding XLT and NAV) 2004-2012
F-250/350/450/550 2005-2011
Five Hundred 2005-2007
Flex 2008-2011
Focus 2005-2011
Freestar 2004-2007
Freestyle 2005-2007
Fusion (Non-NAV) 2010-2012
Mustang 2004-2012
Taurus 2008-2011
Taurus X 2008-2009
Thunderbird 2004-2005
Aviator 2004-2005
MKS 2009-2011
MKT 2010-2011
Mark LT 2005-2008
Tribute 2008-2011
Grand Marquis 2003-2010
Marauder 2003-2004
Mariner 2005-2011
Milan 2010-2011
Montego 2005-2007
Mountaineer(Audiophile system with sub) 2004-2005
Sable 2008-2009

Installation Instructions for Part 71-5520-1.pdf

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