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Old 05-23-2004, 04:38 PM
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'93 F150 Radio wiring diagram

I want to install an aftermarket CD player (Koss) in my "93 F150. Where could I find radio wiring diagram for my pickup? Also are there wiring adapters available so I don't have to cut wires?
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Old 05-23-2004, 05:22 PM
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Ive got my wiring harness from best buy about 18.00 and it already ID's all your wiring for you. good luck
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Scoshe makes wiring harnesses for Ford trucks with and with out the premium sound package. I got mine at Walmart. It is basically a power plug, and a speaker plug that goes into your factory harness. Other end splices into after market radio. Check to see if you have premium sound.
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Walmart also has the standard one too, the only real differance is the at there is an extra remote line coming off of the harness for the factory amp.
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I found the right one at Walmart. Thanks a lot guys!
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