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Old 02-08-2004, 10:47 PM
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Thumbs up 2004 F150 Radio Wiring Diagram

http://www.mikehuggins.net/my_new_truck.htm

I have been working on modifying my 2004 F150 for the past 2 weeks. I have built a box that is perfect and fits 2 eight inch solobaric's under the rear seat of my SuperCrew. The box is at the body shop getting sprayed with bed-liner spray right now but I will post pics on my site when it is back this week.

I have posted some pics on my website of some of the modifications that I have made to my truck so far which includes.

- cutting out part of the rear of the cab to accomidate a 900 Watt Kicker Amp.

- Replacing all the factory speakers with Kicker components that fit perfectly.

and best of all..... Imposible to find anywhere else 2004 Ford F150 Factory Radio Wiring diagrams that shows wire colors and what pin on the back of the radio does what function.

My New Truck

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Old 02-09-2004, 10:48 AM
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I also put a Pioneer deck in my '04 and bought all the components I needed at www.soundoffaudio.com and it fit perfectly and was pleased with the 2 10" subs that fit under the seat.

Great pics tho!

Dan
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Old 02-11-2004, 10:18 PM
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Lightbulb Custom Subwoofer Box for 2004 SuperCrew

I finally got my Speaker Box back from the Body Shop. They sprayed it with Truck Bedliner Spray. I haven't got it in the truck yet but I am putting the seats back in tomorrow.

Check out my pictures of my Custom Speakerbox for my 2004 SuperCrew.

http://www.mikehuggins.net/my_new_truck.htm

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Old 02-12-2004, 12:21 AM
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Try here.

www.installdr.com
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Old 02-14-2004, 05:07 PM
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Thumbs up Box and Amp are installed



http://www.mikehuggins.net/my_new_truck.htm

This will be my last forum post on my audio modifications project as I have completed my project that I began over 2 weeks ago. With no professional assistance other than having my speakerbox sprayed at the body shop, all the work that you will see at my website was performed by me and me alone.

Last Night I got my seats back in and my amp in place. My speakerbox is also done and looks awesome.

For Anyone wanting to install an awesome system in a 2004 Ford F150 SuperCrew I highly recommend doing exactly what I did. It fits perfect. I couldn't be happier. Let me know if you have any questions. It was a difficult feat to get great sound without comprimising any space and maintaining a professional appearance that the F150 so proudly displays.

See my final pictures from this project at my website: http://www.mikehuggins.net/my_new_truck.htm
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