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Old 07-31-2004, 03:24 PM
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Ford Part Number for Eddie Bauer Subwoofer Speaker

For all you fine folks who have been waiting for a factory replacement speaker for the subwoofer Ford has finally released from a long back order a speaker only option.

4L1Z-18C804-BA subwoofer speaker with a manufacturer suggested list price of $81.12

Hope this is good news for some of you.
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Homer is this a replacement to our existing subs or is this for XLT that has no subs?
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This is a replacement subwoofer speaker for the Eddie Bauer subwoofer module. It doesnt require you to buy the complete module unit as before.
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ok thanks homer
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Could you read my Bu-Bump thread here and give me your opinion?

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You will be best off going with an aftermarket sub from Best Buy, or similar electronics retailer. The aftermarket will get you better sounding bass, and will be more durable.
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I presume we need to get 4 ohm aftermarket subwoofers? Mine is shot as well and I tossed out the old one without even looking to check.
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It isnt marked on the speaker anyway. I have the new one sitting in front of me and it just has FORD numbers all over the magnet. I would assume they are 4 ohm
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Thanks - I will go w/ the 4 ohm!
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Wink Be carefull!

I have read numerous posts about going aftermarket on the replacment subwoofers for the Eddie Bauers and 99% of the time, they do NOT fit in the stock enclosure, it must be chopped up to make it work correctly. I think the problem is the stock system is just that, stock, the ones that are blown are from over prower via an add on amp or playing too loud with the bass setting maxxed out, IMHO. I am quite sure when ford designed these they were not trying to compete with every civic running around town. My 2000 has one and it is still fine.
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Homer is it possible to order the casing of the sub for installation on the xlt since xlt doesn't come with the subs.
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rebel_gtc, When I purchased my 2000 EB about 6 months ago the sub was blown and the dealer ordered a new one. At the time the only way to purchase it was with the enclosure. After waiting 2 months Ford just told us it was on indefinite back order. This speaker only option was just released from the back order a couple weeks ago. I dont know the status of the entire module. The amplifier also is necessary that mounts on the enclosure and the amp would need to be wired to the system. And you would also have to deal with the fact that the rear quarter trim panel is probably not equipped with a subwoofer grille either.

I have seen the entire sub enclosure with amp on Ebay numerous times so you might consider that route or a salvage yard if you want to stay all factory.
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My fords connection says $60 plus shipping, if anyone needs one PLMK
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