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Metra 70-5008 Receiver Wiring Harness

Connect a new car stereo in select 1993-00 Ford, Lincoln, Mercury, and Mazda vehicles with factory amplifier

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Overview

This vehicle-specific wiring harness makes connections between your new car stereo and your car's electrical system.

Metra 70-5008 Receiver Wiring Harness

This vehicle-specific wiring harness makes connections between your new car stereo and your car's electrical system.

First, attach the color-coded wires on your Crutchfield-supplied harness to the wires from your new stereo. If you're not using a soldering iron, we recommend that you purchase some wire connectors to secure the connections. Check out our handy article on three ways to connect the wiring harness here.

Now, once this harness is connected to your new stereo, you'll be able to plug right into your car's factory radio connector. This harness makes installing your new stereo easier, and allows you to put the factory radio back when you sell your vehicle or return it at the end of the lease. A detailed instruction sheet comes with the harness. Warranty: 60 days.

Please read this important note: This harness may not contain provisions for every wire needed to complete your installation, and it will not accommodate special navigation, video, or factory steering wheel control connections. You will need a special adapter if you want your factory steering wheel audio controls to work with your new stereo.

Connections:

Important Note: This harness bypasses your factory amplifier. In order to install it and make the necessary connections, you will need to run the harness wires from your receiver location to your factory amp location, which may be in the rear of your vehicle.

  • 12V constant power
  • 12V switched power
  • chassis ground
  • power antenna turn-on
  • dimmer
  • left front speaker +/-
  • right front speaker +/-
  • left rear speaker +/-
  • right rear speaker +/-

Note: Most vehicles will require additional installation parts — please identify your vehicle if you haven’t done so. You can also call an Advisor for more information.

Good wiring kit.

Djmiller, Fort wayne indiana

What's in the Box:

  • 6" Power harness
  • 18' Amplifier bypass harness
Reviews

Metra 70-5008 Receiver Wiring Harness Reviews

Average Customer Review:

55 Reviews

metra 70-5008 wiring harness

Written by: sam from joliet, IL on April 30, 2016

2001 Ford Explorer

couldn't used they sent the wrong set for my 01 explorer

Pros: none

Cons: wrong sets

Crutchfield response on May 3, 2016 We forwarded this review to our Technical Support team for follow-up. Lifetime tech support comes with every Crutchfield purchase.

Good wiring kit

Written by: Djmiller from Fort wayne indiana on November 29, 2015

1998 Ford Windstar
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Good wiring kit.

Pros: Easy wiring, color coded

Cons: None

Metra 70-5008 Receiver Wiring Harness

Written by: GP from Florida on November 11, 2015

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Worked perfect

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Awesome, perfect for my Lincoln

Written by: Anonymous from Ohio on October 30, 2015

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Awesome, perfect for my Lincoln

Pros: Awesome, perfect for my Lincoln

Cons: None

Metra 70-5008 Receiver Wiring Harness

Written by: Anonymous from Pennsylvania on October 26, 2015

1998 Ford Explorer
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

This harness did not work in my 98 Explorer with the premium head unit. After a quick call to Crutchfield support I had the correct harness.

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Metra 70-5008 Receiver Wiring Harness

Written by: Levi from New York on July 23, 2015

1996 Lincoln Town Car
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I shopped at local discount retailer and bought 2 connectors that did not work. A local auto store could not help me. This one fixed the problem and worked perfect.

Pros: More than enough wiring and easy to install.

Cons: To bad I had to bypass the factory amp.

Perfect Harness for my truck

Written by: Jessieva from Virginia on July 10, 2015

1995 Ford F Series
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

The right harness to wire my new radio to my 1995 F-150 Truck. Worked pefectly

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woot!

Written by: V from Washington on June 16, 2015

1999 Ford Contour
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

So...many...colorful...wires!!!!

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Good kit

Written by: Crutchfield Purchaser from Greensboro, NC on May 4, 2015

1997 Ford Explorer
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

This kit was exactly what I needed. Worked perfectly to route the speaker outputs to the back corner where the factory amp is.

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No cutting wires

Written by: dvan from Utah on March 26, 2015

1997 Ford F-250 Heavy Duty
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

This made my install easy. Simple to use.

Pros: Simple and no cutting factory harness

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Metra 70-5008 Receiver Wiring Harness

Written by: Marvin from Virginia on February 22, 2015

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

There is NO way I'd every try to install a stereo in a car without this harness . So Easy to install and No cutting of the Factory wiring . This way if you ever want to reinstall the Factory unit it will as easy as unplug the Metra harness and plug in the factory unit .

Pros: Easy to follow instructions and No cutting of Factory Harness

Cons: None

wire harness

Written by: hugh from Massachusetts on January 20, 2015

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

taking the guess work out of wiring

Pros: simple application

Cons: none

alot of wire

Written by: jacknifetrucker from s.e. texas on June 15, 2014

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

matched factory plug perfect, only prob was Crutchfield sold me the factory amp bypass kit. the 96 f250 never had a factory amp.

Pros: works great

Cons: there is no factory amp in a 96 f250

Metra 70-5008 Receiver Wiring Harness

Written by: Don H from Austin, Tx on May 25, 2014

1994 Ford F Series
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

quality, good fit, right price

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Metra 70-5008 Receiver Wiring Harness

Written by: John from Charlottesville, VA on May 7, 2014

Installed in a 2006 Nissan Pathfinder to replace the BOSE Premium Sound Package. It is now far the better. Works flawlessly, was a pleasure to work with the Crutchfield team. Very easy to work with and installation was quite fast. Very glad to work with Crutchfield, and will do so in the future without a doubt.

Pros: Fluid communication without interruption.

Cons: None

The perfect work around the factory amplifier

Written by: Doug from Bellingham, WA on April 9, 2014

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I ordered an Alpine car stereo, 4 speakers, and dash mounting kit for my daughters 99 Ford Escort. Crutchfield sent me all the goodies to make the install as easy as could be. However, because my daughter had a tape stuck in the factory tape deck, I didn't see the label that said "Premium Sound." With the premium sound option, there is a power amplifier under the drivers seat. In order to install an after market stereo with speakers, you have to bypass this amp. This pig tail is all that is required. Unplug factory amp (two connections), plug in pig tail, and run the wires under the carpet and up to the new stereos speaker connections. That's it. Worked like a champ. The pig tail comes with about 10 feet of wire. Don't let that scare you. Just cut the wires up near the new stereo with a little extra length to play with and your done.

Pros: Crutchfield's tech support. These guys know their stuff. The pig tail adapter was exactly what I needed.

Cons: Nothing.

Fast and easy

Written by: SirVesa from Houston, TX on April 1, 2014

1996 Ford Explorer
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I ended up using the Scosche CFDK6 factory integration kit when I realized I would have to run about 10 feet of wiring harness from the right rear of my Explorer (where the amp is) to the front of the car. Not being familiar with the install process, I thought nothing of it when Crutchfield offered me this "free" harness and the head unit I was installing already had amplified outputs. So I said, "sure, we'll bypass the amp". It would have been nice if my "advisor" had said "hey, you might want to re-think that and save yourself a few hours of work and aggravation and by this $15 integration module instead".

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wrong wiring for my car

Written by: Dylan from glendale utah on March 9, 2014

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I wish this would have worked. It was advertised to bypass my factory amplifiers. It did not the plug was right but it didn't work. I do not blame the product but're technicians that sent it. I finally bought a wiring harness that used the factory amp.

Pros: Nothing for me but the was plenty of length in the wires you can pit if anywhere in the car.

Cons: To many loose wires it needs to be taped before Install.

Perfect

Written by: Andy B. from Smyrna, GA on February 13, 2014

1997 Lincoln Town Car
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Worked perfectly.

Pros: Easy to use/install Good wiring diagrams

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Always Use A Harness

Written by: EJCUSA1 from Streamwood IL on February 9, 2014

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

This harness has more then enough wire to run. Always use a harness, don't cut stock wires

Pros: Very Long.

Cons: Loose wires. Need to tape the harness up so its not a mess of wires.

bill

Written by: bill from Bull Shoals,Arkansas on January 13, 2014

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

product work as advertized

Pros: plenty of wire,plugs correct.good tech support

Cons: About half way down the harness,on the side with out a plug,the color code for the negitive /positive speaker wires was gone[.about the last 4 feet].I should have checked this before I completely installed it from the rear of the veihicle to the front.My bad.I pulled it back out til I picked up the color code,put my own mark on the ends,etc..problem solved.

Bypass harness

Written by: Jim g from Palm Bay fl on January 1, 2014

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Completed install easily, real easy to wire.

Pros: Easy to follow instructions quick install.

Cons: None

Wrong original stereo model

Written by: Juan C from Calexico, CA on December 2, 2013

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I can't use the black one, because I confused my original stereo model, so I acquired the black one in other store to connect the speakers, is why I assigned three stars for this item

Pros: Easy to connect with receive wires

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Wire harness

Written by: Hillbilly Jim from Grasston,MN on August 10, 2013

1994 Ford F Series
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Worked perfect, nice to solder wires together in comfort then under dash

Pros: Save time and no headache

Cons: NONE

Didn't need them but...

Written by: Ed from Loganville, GA on July 25, 2013

2000 Ford Mustang
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I ended up not needing these but that's OK, they didn't cost anything. The wiring diagrams make it just about fool proof.

Pros: Quality parts and great documentation.

Cons: none

Harness

Written by: Cop793 from Louisville ky on June 17, 2013

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Perfect fit. I also needed the harness to wire the factory amp. Crutchfield included this along with instructions. Perfect

Pros: Perfect

Cons: None

Factory amp bypass harness

Written by: Cody from Villa Park, IL on April 5, 2013

1999 Ford Mustang
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

My application was a 1999 Ford Mustang with the standard audio system so I ended up cutting off all but a foot of the speaker harness. Otherwise it was very straight forward. I de-pined a couple of the wires that were not used like the blue remote turn-on lead on the speaker harness and one of the illumination wires on the main harness.

Pros: Fits, decent quality wire

Cons: Extra wire length - waste if you're not using it for your application

Harness

Written by: landrews from Stafford Va on March 22, 2013

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I am sure this is a fine wiring harness, but it did not fit my radio/truck, it was returned, the salespeople should have known, I had to get the proper wiring harness somehwere else.

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makes it easy

Written by: Jeff A from Wyoming on March 17, 2013

1997 Lincoln Town Car
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

This harness is a must for bypassing the factory amp. I ran this harness down the right side of the car in the factory wire chase and then up under the dash to the radio location. I even had to cut off about 2.5 feet of wire. I used it in a 97 Town Car and I can't think of any application that would require a longer harness. Once I decided to remove the rear seat the acutal running of the harness took about 20 minutes.

Pros: plenty of wire

Cons:

Power and speaker harness.

Written by: MikeM from Huntsville Texas on December 30, 2012

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

The only part the worked snapped in right was the power connection. The only reason it gets a two instead of a one or less. The speaker/wire harness did not fit the connections for the amp bypass. So the only good that came out of it was I was able to use the wire to run it directly from the speakers to the radio. Lucky it was free wire.

Pros: Only the power wire harnees worked.

Cons: The speaker harness did not work, connections was useless. So had to cut the wires and run them directly. Which resulted in way more crawling around the belly of the vehicle then intended or expected with Crutchfield products I have used before.

Metra 70-5008 Receiver Wiring Harness

Written by: Anonymous from yulee, fl on October 29, 2012

1997 Lincoln Town Car
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

just what i wanted

Pros: easy to install

Cons: no antenna extension

Perfect

Written by: Appleman from Plainsboro, NJ on May 22, 2012

1995 Ford Explorer
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Perfect for my application. Only gripe is that the wires are not sheathed. Whenever you run wire through a vehicle it shouldn't be just wires, they should be protected. Just enough wire. Had about 2 feet extra so I just coiled it behind the dash. Excellent instructions that anyone could follow. I found the remote lead to be slightly confusing, so I just hooked it up to the amp in the back because I didn't have a remote antenna.

Pros: long, labeled clearly, great condition/packaging.

Cons: exposed, confusing remote wires.

Metra 70-5008 Receiver Wiring Harness

Written by: russ3or8 from klamath falls, or on May 1, 2012

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

i am very happy with this since i didnt even know it existed and the local stereo store said i was gonna have to re-wire the speakers ugh!

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Receiver Wire harness

Written by: Gary from Rhode Island on April 27, 2012

1995 Ford F Series
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

The harness was useless, I used power and ground on one harness ( no use for the other 6 ) and the second harness the connector did not match my existing so I had to cut the existing and butt splice it to my radio.

Pros: There were none.

Cons: The Crutchfield on line system that offers you an after market harness to match your vehicle is not very accurate, my harnesses were useless for installation.

Works Awesome

Written by: CitySammy from NYC on April 2, 2012

1997 Ford Explorer
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Once you get to the amp, which is tucked way in the back qrt. panel, (97 Explorer), setting this up is pretty easy. I found that I couldn't get the antenna to work only using the speaker harness, so I disconnected it from the amp, and just ran it straight to the head unit. Otherwise the power harness and speaker harness work perfectly.

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Receiver Wire Harness

Written by: Mark B. from Wake Forest NC on February 3, 2012

1995 Ford F Series
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

this wiring harness made installation very easy

Pros: step by step instructions with color wiring that matched my original wiring made it very easy

Cons: none

good idear

Written by: D from East Coast on November 8, 2011

2000 Ford Mustang
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

2000 Mustang, premium sound system. Unplugged the factory amp connector, plugged it into my Crutchfield harness, cut the wires a foot or less on the other side of the plug (since I didn't need most of the wire that was in the kit), wired other half of the harness for the power and ground, plug and play. AWESOME

Pros: good quality, much better than the cheapo harness adapters that were replaced with the old aftermarket cd player

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Worked perfectly

Written by: Nick from Bakersfield, CA on September 26, 2011

1994 Mazda B Series
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

This wiring harness was the key to making the installation very straightfoward. All I had to do was splice the corresponding wires from the radio using the documentation from the radio with the clearly defined and color coded wires on the harness.Everything worked perfectly the FIRST time!

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Ford Receiver Wire Harness

Written by: m-will from Colorado Front Range on June 19, 2011

1994 Ford Bronco
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

What can you say - this harness works, saves the stock wiring, and simplifies the overall wiring job.

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Just What I Needed

Written by: LorenC from Soap Lake, Washington on May 21, 2011

1997 Ford Explorer
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

This harness was just what I needed to hook up my new car stereo. I was unsure about the application of one of the components but a call to Crutchfield provided the quick answer and everything fit just right.

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Metra 70-5008 Receiver Wiring Harness

Written by: mgmuggs from Modesto, CA on May 17, 2011

1994 Ford Ranger
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

One harness fit the other didn't would have had to strip and wire together everything and still wouldn't know if they were correct. Instructions were real vague. When ordered cd player these were supposed to snap together and ready to go, no such luck.

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Wrong Speaker Wires for B2300

Written by: BrianH from Renton, WA on April 14, 2011

1994 Mazda B Series
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

The power harness worked just fine on my 1994 B2300. The bypass harness was not the right fit, however. Many times the Ford Ranger and B2300 parts are interchangeable. Unfortunately, this was not one of them. I used my old harness for the speakers.

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Metra 70-5008 Receiver Wiring Harness

Written by: Dennis from Central Iowa on January 27, 2011

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Perfect match

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life saver

Written by: joe from Opelika, AL on December 6, 2010

1999 Ford Mustang
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

this Harness is a life saver. a lot of extra wire for my app but just cut it off and worked fine(speaker wire for amp bypass)

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Metra 70-5008 Receiver Wiring Harness

Written by: Saul Maldonado from Rio Grande Puerto Rico on November 15, 2010

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

It was the wrong one

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Get Ready to Wire the ENTIRE CAR!!

Written by: Whitster from Salisbury, N.C. on October 21, 2010

1997 Lincoln Town Car
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

The last one of these Town Cars I did, utilized a simple By-Pass Harness that just went right around the Factory Amp (in the trunk). The Amp appears to be the same as earlier models (NON JBL - Ford Amp). The By-Pass Harness I received this time, goes ALL THE WAY from the Head Unit to the TRUNK!!! I'm gonna' have to Rip This Car APART to do this job!! Not Very Happy with this change. Too much extra work, to do the same thing that a TWO-FOOT By-Pass did before!!

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Perfect Fit! Take your time and be patient!

Written by: Anonymous from Saint Paul, Minnesota on December 6, 2009

1996 Ford Explorer

Exactly what I needed in order to bypass the factory amp in my 1996 Ford Explorer XLT with Premium sound package. Make sure you have the proper clip removal tools and for the back trim panel. Be careful to not push the top of the rear trim panel into the headliner as to not tear it. The amp is located in the passenger rear under the back window behind the trim panel. Pry off the trim along the passenger side of the car and place the wire in the factory track under the trim. I had about 5 feet of extra wire so I coiled and zip tied it together behind the passenger front kick panel. Plan on it taking about 1 - 1.5 hours to disassemble the car, run the wire, solder the wire and heat shrink tube, zip tie the wire in place, behind the glove box, and reinstall the panels that were removed.

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Not all harnesses are created equal...

Written by: BrianC811 from Huntsville, AL on April 11, 2009

1995 Ford Ranger
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

There is nothing wrong with this harness in and of itself. Directions are reasonably clear, and it can accomplish what you need. The thing that I would like to make Ford owners aware of is that I have had two Ford vehicles with factory upgraded stereos which means that Ford includes an amplifer in their system that when using this harness you would have to bypass. Most of the time this amplifier is located no where near the radio itself and you will have to take apart half of your car as well as reroute speaker cabling in order to do this. That is not very appealing to me and no matter how careful I am, things get broken and or are never reafixed as well as they originally were. So in short while this is a good product, I want people to know that spending just a few more dollars for the amp integrating wiring harness instead of this one will save literally hours of install time, give you solderless connectors, and lessen the chance of damaging your vehicle on the install as everything will be located in the radio compartment.

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Fit perfectly

Written by: Art from Miami, FL on April 8, 2009

1997 Ford Explorer
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

The adapter fit. Took about an hour to run the wires from the rear amp to the head unit. Not as hard as I was expecting actually, just peel up the trim and follow the other wires in the wire tracks.

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Works great, saves time

Written by: Daniel from Pittsburg, KS on January 16, 2009

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Kudos to Crutchfield for providing wiring harnesses for free. That's why I'll never buy anywhere else. This makes it pretty darn easy to do a pro installation and saves you time to boot.

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Metra 70-5008 Receiver Wiring Harness

Written by: John from Louisville, Ky on March 13, 2008

1999 Mercury Mystique
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

this was exactly what I needed to install the aftermarket head unit, this matched the factory harness perfect, good job Crutchfield,, keep it up

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Crutchfield is the ONLY one to have this adapter!

Written by: Hugh from Philly, PA on February 6, 2008

1996 Ford Explorer
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Here is the deal. On these cars there is an amp in the back of the vehicle. The harness you get is basically an amp bypass. What you need to do is run a set of wires all the way from the head unit to the amp in the back of the vehicle. Plan on spending an hour to run the wires. Do not be misled by other companies. This is the adapter that you need. Crutchfield has done their homework!

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Ford F-150 Receiver Wire Harness

Written by: Brian from Henderson, KY on February 4, 2008

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I accidentally ordered the wrong harness (my bad) and when I realized it I called support immediately, told the guy what had happened and with one question he knew the correct harness I needed and told me it would be sent right away. I got it 2 days later and it fit like a glove. No problems here. I love these guys.

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Metra 70-5008 Receiver Wiring Harness

Written by: Dustin from Chandler, AZ on February 8, 2006

1998 Ford Explorer
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Good product, little bit of time to install but the directions were easy to follow and in the end it works great!

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Did the job

Written by: William from Wiesbaden, Germany (military) on September 1, 2005

1997 Lincoln Continental
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Worked great. Got to do all the labor in front of the TV.

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What's in the box?

Download the Metra 70-5008 Receiver Wiring Harness manual

  • 6" Power harness
  • 18' Amplifier bypass harness

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Features

Crutchfield Wiring Harness: Crutchfield wiring harnesses prevent you from having to cut your vehicle's factory radio plug when replacing your factory radio with an aftermarket head unit. Simply solder or crimp the Crutchfield wiring harness to your aftermarket head unit's harness (solder & crimps not included), plug the aftermarket head unit's plug into the rear chassis of the aftermarket head unit, and plug the Crutchfield wiring harness into your vehicle's factory radio plug.

Note: Installation tools, hardware, & accessories are not included & sold separately. Please see the Accessories tab for recommendations & availability.

Wiring Notes: If the Crutchfield wiring harness is not equipped with a ground wire, you will need to ground the aftermarket head unit's ground wire to the metal chassis of your vehicle. Some vehicle's may require you to bypass the vehicle's factory amplifier (in another location from factory radio) or hardwire certain connections. If your vehicle is equipped with factory steering wheel controls, an additional adapter is required & sold separately.

Wire Code Chart:

(Power Harness)

Wire Color Function
Yellow +12 Volt Constant
Orange/Black Not Used
Red +12 Volt Accessory
Orange/White Dimmer
Orange Cell Mute
Black Ground
Blue Power Antenna
Blue/White Not Used

(Amplifier Bypass Harness)

Wire Color Function
Green Left Rear Speaker +
Green/Black Left Rear Speaker -
Violet Right Rear Speaker +
Violet/Black Right Rear Speaker -
Gray Right Front Speaker +
Gray/Black Right Front Speaker -
White Left Front Speaker +
White/Black Left Front Speaker -
Blue Power Antenna

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Why did you buy this?

Needed adapter to install new radio!! [ xsproduction  Mar 05, 2016 ]
Needed to connect new radio [ Larry  Feb 07, 2016 ]
These made my job clean and easy. Thanks. [ Gary  Jan 28, 2016 ]
To facilitate installation of new unit [ ANTHONY R  Jan 09, 2016 ]
easiest way to install factory aftermarket stereo and no need to cut wiring harness [ Roman  Dec 29, 2015 ]
Simply installation. [ Troy  Dec 16, 2015 ]
makes installation simpler and quicker [ Kevin  Dec 11, 2015 ]
easier than cutting in [ Clark Dahlman  Dec 10, 2015 ]

1 question already asked

You will want to contact an Advisor by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat to discuss compatibility with your factory system. They will be able to pull up your vehicle and see if this will integrate. If it does not, then they will also be able to discuss other options with you. [ Krissy  Jul 09, 2015 ]  Staff
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