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Radio Replacement Interface
For Select Ford Vehicles Featuring Premium Sound Systems
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Facilitates the replacement of factory-installed premium sound systems in select Ford vehicles while retaining the function of the factory amplified audio system.
- Plug-and-play installation retains factory wiring integrity.
- Transformer isolated for optimal sound and performance
- Maintains correct phasing
- Retains the function of the factory-installed amplified sound system
2003 Ford Excursion Car Stereo Wiring Diagram
- Car Radio Wiring Diagrams
Question: Where can I find a 2003 Ford Excursion radio wiring diagram? What are the 2003 Ford Excursion radio wiring harness colors?
If you’re looking to change the radio in your 2003 Ford Excursion or troubleshoot why your car radio stopped working, we’re here to help!
Our comprehensive 2003 Ford Excursion radio wiring diagram shows you all the radio wire harness colors, car speaker wiring colors and car speaker sizes. Use our 2003 Ford Excursion stereo wiring guide to help you with your car radio and installation needs.
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- 2003 Ford Excursion Car Radio Wiring Diagram
2003 Ford Excursion Speaker Wiring Guide
2003 ford excursion speaker sizes and location, 2003 ford excursion radio wiring diagram.
This 2003 Ford Excursion radio wiring chart shows you all the 2003 Ford Excursion radio wire colors and their functions. Utilize this guide to help you with a car radio install or help with a car radio troubleshoot. If you don’t see the car radio wiring information you’re looking for, please feel free to ask your question at the bottom of this page.
This 2003 Ford Excursion speaker wiring chart shows you every speaker wire color and the speaker wire location. Use this 2003 Ford Excursion speaker wiring guide to help you with a speaker replacement or speaker upgrade. If the car speaker wiring information you’re searching for is not listed, please don’t hesitate to ask for it at the bottom of this page.
This 2003 Ford Excursion speaker size chart shows your speaker measurements and speaker locations. Use this chart to see what speaker fits in your 2003 Ford Excursion.
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I would like to hook a Sirius radio directly to my 2003 Ford Excursion car radio. The FM wireless reception is not great. There are no jacks on the back for an input. Can I splice in to a wire for FM in or is there some type of adapter I can purchase. anyone? Thanks. Carl
Larry, ask and you shall receive: 2005 Ford Excursion Car Radio Wire Guide
I am in need of a wiring diagram for a 2005 Ford Excursion.
Leonard, ask and you shall receive: 2000 Ford Expedition Car Stereo Wiring Diagram
i need wiring diagram for ford excursion limited 2000
Dew, you would need five components:
1. Car Subwoofer 2. Car Subwoofer Box 3. Car Audio Amplifier that matches your subwoofer power needs and ohm rating. 4. Car Amplifier Wiring Kit that can handle the power needs of your amplifier. 5. RCA Line Out Converter to feed an audio signal from your factory radio to your aftermarket amplifier.
When splicing in the RCA Line Out Converter, tap your factory rear speaker wires to get a full range audio source. We suggest you invest in some solid wire taps that wont come loose. These wire tap connectors will allow you to tap into wires without cutting and installs in seconds by hand with no crimping or tools required. If you’ve never installed car audio before, we advise you to take your car to an experienced mobile audio installer. Hope this helps. Good luck with your 2003 Ford Excursion amplifier and subwoofer installation.
I am wanting to add a sub woofer to my stock stereo in my 2003 Ford Excursion Limited. I have the 6 CD unit in dash with factory DVD. What do I need to accomplish this task to the factory stereo?
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- Aug 6, 2015
I recently purchased a 2003 Ford Expedition and My wife would really like to have; blue tooth, Navigation, and a backup Camera in the car like in the newer vehicles. I'm no stranger to electronics and radio replacements, but it's been a LONG time. I'm also concerned about loosing functionality with a replacement, it has the CD changer in the center console and a rear middle seat over dead DVD player that I'd like to not lose the functionality they provide. So I thought I would come here and get some advice from folks who know the vehicle model well. First, It seems that the radio is a Dual DIN sized radio from my research. (Yes, it's been a LONG time since I did a radio replacement.) My concern is how the inputs come back from the CD Changer and the DVD. Then the control of the radio/CD/Changer/DVD from the steering wheel. The interface and connectors basically have me swimming. Basically, is there such an animal of a replacement where no functionality will be lost?
- Aug 7, 2015
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This one can do most: Android 4 4 Quad Core 2Din 7inch Car Stereo GPS Navigation 1024x600 2G RAM | eBay But the rear seat control panel on the center console will not work. The CD changer will also not be compatible, but the DVD screen should be able to function with it. It's not plug and play, so it requires you find or make your own adapters..
I did a radio replacement in my 05. I lost the controls for the rear overhead DVD but that was not a big deal for me. They can control it back there. It won't play sound through the speakers either but I have headphones. Mine is an XLT so I didn't have many options. I didn't have to worry about steering wheel controls and such. I did have to buy a harness and install kit for a double DIN. I am looking at replacing my AVIC-D3 and saw some decently priced Pioneer Bluetooth App radios out there.
- Aug 9, 2015
as said...you will lose functions until u use the appropriate harnesses/wiring to get them back...you can get steering wheel controls back...there is an overhead harness that a lot of ppl have used and I only remember a couple ppl dealing with the changer...but it can all be done
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Axxess® - Custom Radio Steering Wheel Control Interface
- Fits All Models
Ford Excursion 2002, Custom Radio Steering Wheel Control Interface by Axxess®. This interface will allow you to use the factory steering-wheel controls to operate your new aftermarket radio. It even programs itself, saving you the trouble of programming the buttons. If you want, custom programming is possible.
- ASWC-1 Interface
- 12-pin harness with male 3.5mm connector
- Female 3.5mm connector with Brown and Brown/White wires
- 12 kOhm resistor
- One Interface does it all – No additional interfaces needed
- Designed to be compatible with all major radio brands
- Auto detects (U.S. Patent No.8257147) vehicle type, radio connection, and presets controls
- Ability to dual assign steering wheel control buttons
- Memory retains settings even after battery disconnection or interface removal
- Provides Speed Dependent Volume Control on select CAN data vehicles
- Most connections done at the radio location
- Micro "B" USB updatable
- The ASWC-1 can be manually programmed to most vehicles on the market
This steering wheel control interface can be used on almost any vehicle with steering wheel radio controls. Pioneer, Sony, Alpine, Kenwood, Eclipse, JVC, and other radios are all suitable for use with the ASWC interface. Don't give up your steering wheel control of the radio just because you've upgraded. The ASWC will auto-detect many vehicle makes and aftermarket radios and can preset the steering wheel controls to the aftermarket radio automatically - so no programming is required. If desired the ASWC can be manually programmed so you can make the steering wheel controls function the way you want them to, only limited by the functions of the aftermarket radio.
Axxess® Integrate, a subsidiary of mobile audio's one-stop-shopping conglomerate Metra, is at the very forefront of the mobile audio installer's field. Their cutting-edge interfaces make adding to or installing a car stereo, nav system, sat radio or auxiliary amplifier easy. With the complexity of modern vehicles, it's not a simple operation to install aftermarket electronics that will properly interface with the car's wiring, onboard computers and OEM infotainment system. Axxess has it figured out and dialed in.
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