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Scosche C4FDK5 Wiring Interface

Allows you to connect a new car stereo and retain the factory amp in select 1988-up Ford, Lincoln, Mercury, Mazda, and Nissan vehicles

Item # 142C4FDK5

The Scosche C4FDK5 wiring interface allows you to integrate a high-powered aftermarket receiver into select 1988-up...

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Item # 142C4FDK5

About the Scosche C4FDK5 Wiring Interface

The Scosche C4FDK5 wiring interface allows you to integrate a high-powered aftermarket receiver into select 1988-up Ford, Lincoln, Mercury, Mazda, and Nissan vehicles with premium factory systems. The package includes the OEA-4 adapter and a Ford-specific harness. The OEA-4 unit has output-level gain controls for each of its four channels which can be adjusted to properly match the new receiver to the factory amplifier.

The Scosche C4FDK5 wiring interface allows you to integrate a high-powered aftermarket receiver into select 1988-up Ford, Lincoln, Mercury, Mazda, and Nissan vehicles with premium factory systems. The package includes the OEA-4 adapter and a Ford-specific harness. The OEA-4 unit has output-level gain controls for each of its four channels which can be adjusted to properly match the new receiver to the factory amplifier.

Note: If you haven't already, please enter your vehicle information or call a Sales Advisor at 1-888-955-6000 to find out if this adapter is compatible with your vehicle.

Details:
  • 4 speaker-level inputs
  • output level adjustments for all four channels
  • works best with high-powered aftermarket receivers
  • dimensions: 3-15/16"W x 15/16"H x 2-1/16"D
  • 1-year warranty
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What's in the box:

  • OEA-4 OEM Amp interface (with 8-wire input with bare wires/8-wire output with black square connector)
  • Vehicle power wiring adapter (gray rectangular connector w/ 6 wires)
  • Flat-blade screwdriver (attached to interface module)
  • 13 Crimp caps
  • Instruction sheet
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Compatibility: The OEA-4 (model C4FDK5B) is a non-electronic interface that allows an aftermarket high-power stereo to integrate into select 1988-2000 Ford, Lincoln, Mercury, Mazda and Nissan vehicles with premium factory systems. Please check the Crutchfield Vehicle Selector for compatibility for your vehicle.

Adjustment Gain Controls: Four rotary gain controls (front left, front right, rear left, rear right) are located recessed inside the adapter chassis. There is a small flat-blade screwdriver attached to the adapter's case, and its use is recommended. The controls are very fragile and sensitive, and a slight adjustment will change volume dramatically.

Harnesses: The adapter's input wires are approximately 5-1/2" long with bare ends. These splice to the new receiver's speaker output wires. The adapter's output wires are approximately 11" long and terminate into a black square Molex plug. There is an additional gray rectangular Molex plug with 6" wires with bare ends (These 6 wires splice to the new receiver's power/ground wires). The two Molex plug ends are molded to match with factory wiring harnesses. Crimp caps are provided for wire splices.

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Crutchfield asked: Why did you buy this?
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Ease of installation, quick / clean switch back to factory radio; if I decide to sell my car. [ Marion  Jul 01, 2017 ]
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ADVISER RECOMMENDED [ ROGER  May 06, 2016 ]

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