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PAC APH-FD01 Wiring Interface

Works with PAC's AmpPro module to install a new amplifier in select 2007-2017 Ford and Lincoln vehicles with factory amp

Item # 541APHFD01

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Item # 541APHFD01

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$49.99

About the PAC APH-FD01 Wiring Interface

PAC APH-FD01 interface

PAC's APH-FD01 speaker wiring interface allows you to add an aftermarket amplifier or amplifiers in select 2007-2017 Ford and Lincoln vehicles with factory amplified sound systems. The APH-FD01 connects to the plug that you've removed from your factory amp that combines all the speaker wires coming out of your factory amp (you will need to make hardwire connections at the aftermarket amplifier). You won't have to cut that plug, so you can reinstall the factory amp if you sell your vehicle. This interface requires PAC's AP4-FD11 or AP4-FD21 AmpPRO modules (sold separately). Warranty: 1 year.

What's in the box:

  • 10" Wiring harness
  • 9' Wiring harness
  • 8" Wiring harness
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Amplifier Installation Harness: The APH-FD01 installation harness simplifies speaker wire connections when using one of PAC's AmpPRO modules AP4-FD11 and AP4-FD21 (both sold separately) to add an aftermarket amplifier or amplifiers in select 2007-2017 Ford and Lincoln vehicles that feature factory amplified sound systems. The APH-FD01 keeps you from having to cut or modify your vehicle's original factory wiring, providing "plug-n-play" connection at the vehicle's original factory amplifier location (you will need to make hardwire connections at the aftermarket amplifier/s). 

Note: 47Ω/5W resistors have been added to the amplifier side of the harness with the "gray" connector to retain the safety and warning chimes when they are played through the factory door speakers.

Vehicle Compatibility: The PAC The APH-FD01 installation harness can be used in the following 2007-2017 Ford and Lincoln vehicles with factory amplified sound systems (requires compatible PAC AmpPRO module - AP4-FD11 and AP4-FD21).

Make Model Year
Ford Edge 2015-2017
Expedition 2015-2017
Explorer 2011-2017
F-150 2009-2017
F-250/350/450/50 2013-2017
Flex 2009-2012
Focus 2012-2017
Fusion 2010-2016
Taurus 2010-2015
Lincoln MKS 2009-2012
MKT 2010-2012
MKX 2007-2010
MKZ 2007-2012
Navigator 2007-2014

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7 questions already asked

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there is no reference for rear tweeters. will this still work with sony factory system 2016 F350 ?
[ Patrick  Jun 23, 2020 ]
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If I remember correctly the rear speakers only have one speaker lead going into the door. It splits and goes to the tweeter which has its own X-over.
[ Adam  Jun 24, 2020 ]
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Yes it will work but you will need to cut the wires to the rear tweeters and run them Seperately since the rear mid and tweet is run on the same output.
[ Chris  Jun 24, 2020 ]
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Can you explain to me exactly how this works? 2013 F150 Fx4 Sony system package.
[ Gerald  Jun 18, 2020 ]
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these are just break out plugs that allows you interface other equipment with out cutting factory wiring, give you an idea of what wires are what. great item I used it on my 2018 focus ST Sony system.
[ Billie  Jun 18, 2020 ]
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Will this work without the pac module?
[ Cameron  Apr 03, 2020 ]
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Yes it will. It is simply put a T harness that allows you to plug into your oem harness with out having to cut and splice your stock harness. This is for your speaker connection Hope . this helps .
[ Julius  Apr 03, 2020 ]
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No it will not.
[ Craig Alan  Apr 03, 2020 ]
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Yes, look up the instructions on PACs website. Call their customer service about your installation. They are super helpful.
[ COY  Apr 03, 2020 ]
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If I bypass the factory amp do I still retain all factory chimes and sounds?
[ Kyle  Feb 24, 2019 ]
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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  Feb 25, 2019 ]  Staff
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Is this like a piggy back for the audio cables off of the factory amp? I'm wanting to add an additional amp with my existing factory amp, and don't want to have to splice into factory wiring.
[ Kyle  Oct 22, 2018 ]
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Yes, it essentially allows you splice connections in between without having to cut your factory harness. I assume you are adding in a sub amp, in which case I would not splice the sub output, as tests have showed it clips. I would splice off of one of the door speakers instead then do your hi to low conversion from that.
[ Cone Computer  Oct 26, 2018 ]
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These plug into the harnesses that plug into the amp. So yes you unplug the sony amp, plug into these PAC harnesses and you do not have to splice the factory harness. It does exactly what you are wanting.
[ Steve  Oct 26, 2018 ]
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