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Old 02-05-2001, 10:45 AM
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98 Expedition wire diag for factory amp

My 1998 Ford Expedition has a built in (factory ) amplifier which is mounted near the back of the truck. I would like to rewire the existing setup and use my own (Kenwood) amp. I’ve already ran a power cable to the back from the battery. I think the only thing I need to do now is to disconnect the two cables going to the existing amp and somehow change them over to RCA cables, then hook them up to my Kenwood amp. Does anyone have any info on this?

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98 Expedition wire diag for factory amp

If it has a ten pin connector it may be the same as the 2000's

this is what the book shows

pin 1 DG/VT subwoofer high audio mute
pin 2 BK/LG Ground
pin 3,4,5 not used
Pin 6 LG/VT power- hot all times
pin 7 BR/OG Subwoofer high audio -
pin 8 RD/BK subwoofer high audio +


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98 Expedition wire diag for factory amp

Hey Friend,
I too have a 98Exp EB. I want to replace the AMP. How did it go for you installing your Kenwood? Did it work out ok? Any suggestions for a GOOD amp that would sound excellent. Post or e-me. carter7431@netzero.net
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