About the PAC ROEM-FRD1 Wiring Interface
PAC ROEM-FRD1 interface
PAC's ROEM-FRD1 interface allows you to replace the radio in your 1988-1997 Ford, Lincoln, Mercury, and Mazda while retaining the factory amplifier. The interface's design minimizes noise and static. Warranty: 1 year.
PAC ROEM-FRD1 Wiring Interface reviews
Only one of the two harnesses actually matched the factory harness. After splicing on the OEM black harness, and hooking up the new radio, it attenuated the volume so much that full volume was required to even hear audio. I ended up removing this thing and just splicing the OEM harnesses directly to the radio, and everything worked fine.
Cons: Harnesses didn't match vehicle harnesses. After installation, it didn't work.
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More details on the PAC ROEM-FRD1 Wiring Interface
Radio Replacement Interface: The PAC ROEM-FRD1 facilitates the replacement of the factory-installed radio in select Ford/Lincoln/Mercury/Mazda vehicles with an aftermarket stereo, while retaining the function of the factory premium amplified audio system (including Mach & JBL).
Vehicle Compatibility: The PAC ROEM-FRD1 is compatible with the following Ford, Lincoln, Mercury, and Mazda vehicles featuring a factory installed Mach or JBL premium audio system.
Adjustable Gain: This 4-channel radio replacement interface will allow your new aftermarket stereo's output to be adjusted to the input requirements of the existing factory installed amplifier, providing 2:1 gain and infinite attenuation.
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