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Old 05-31-2012, 09:32 AM
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2011 ford expedition stereo wiring diagram

Hi to all from good old germany!
Just bought a 2011 Expedition XLT and need to connect an european radio (Pioneer AVH-4400BT) instead of factory built in SiriusSatelite. Has anybody out there an stereo wiring diagram(With Sync, but without navigation)?
My radio dealer has surrendered

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Try AutoZone | Auto Parts & Accessories | Repair Guides & More. They have a lot of the wiring diagrams I need when I am looking for one.
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unfortunately did not found anything on that site. I only need the colour-codes of the factory wire harness to connect to my radio...
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Remember when you change out the factory head you cut-off the woofer steering wheel controller and rear controls.

You might need to use the PAC interface.
Ford Factory Radio Interface Add an aftermarket stereo to select 2008-up Ford/Lincoln/Mercury vehicles while retaining use of SYNC® system at Crutchfield.com
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Don't know how much Ford changed the wiring from 2008 to 2011 but you could try this.

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Sorry it came out so small. Post your email and I will send you the pdf of this.



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Matt,
i'd like to "try" it - please mail it to 49h@gmx.de

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Email sent.

Let me know how you make out.


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Hi Matt,
thank you for your support - but i choose the "easy" way. I found an professional radio-dealer, who ordered the missing link/adapter and now everything works fine! I think the price (about 300USD) is ok, when i resume how many hours (without fun) i've been working on that stuff...
bye and keep on ...
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Could you send me a copy of this pdf? info@clockitapp.com. thanks
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