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PAC ROEM-FRD2 Wiring Interface

Connect a new car stereo and retain the factory amplifier in select 1995-2002 Ford, Lincoln, Mercury, and Mazda vehicles

Item # 541FRD2

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Item # 541FRD2

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$39.99

About the PAC ROEM-FRD2 Wiring Interface

PAC ROEM-FRD2 interface

PAC's ROEM-FRD2 wiring interface lets you replace the factory radio with a new car stereo in select 1995-2002 Ford-built vehicles, without losing the premium Mach or JBL amplified sound system. The interface's design minimizes noise and static. Warranty: 1 year.

What's in the box:

  • Radio replacement interface module
  • Vehicle harness
  • Radio harness
  • Instructions
MFR #ROEM-FRD2

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The PAC ROEM-FRD2 Wiring Interface replaces these items:

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Radio Replacement Interface: The PAC ROEM-FRD2 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-FRD2 is compatible with the following Ford, Lincoln, Mercury, and Mazda vehicles featuring a factory installed Mach or JBL premium audio system.

Make Model Year
Ford Crown Victoria 1995-2002
Expedition 1997-2002
Explorer 1995-2002
F-150 1997-1998
Lincoln Continental 1995-1997
Mark VIII 1995-1998
Navigator 1998-2002
Town Car 1995-1997
Mercury
Grand Marquis 1995-1997
Mountaineer 1995-2001
Mazda
B-Series Truck 1995-2001

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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Do I need this to install new stereo, or will installing the stereo work without bypassing the factory amp?
[ Karter  Sep 05, 2020 ]
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This interface lets you KEEP the factory amp. The new stereo will work without this interface but WILL BYPASS the factory amp and will use the receiver's built in amp. So I bought one of these for reduced price after purchasing a new Pioneer receiver from Crutchfield for my F150. My old truck had a built in amp stock to the truck and I was not sure that the new receiver would have enough power to give me a full sound. After first installing the new receiver, the speakers rattled and the sound was not great so I ordered this product as a possible fix because it was cheap enough. What I discovered was that the rattle was due to the old speakers literally falling apart from age! I put in 4 new speakers and the sound was quite decent for my purposes and I never actually installed this interface because I was happy with the new sound using the wiring that was provided. I hope this helps.
[ WILLIAM  Sep 10, 2020 ]

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