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    Wiring harness for factory Ford Blaupunkt??

    Hey everyone,

    I'm new to this and I am looking for a wiring harness for my head unit installation. I have a 2003 Ford Focus SE 4 door sedan. My car has the factory Blaupunkt stereo head unit in it. Every place I look tells me I need the classic Ford wiring harness Metra 70-1770 . This is not the one I need. The one I need has to connect to 2 smaller connectors(one is gray, the other is black) There is also a third small square connector(yellow) but I have heard it doesnt need to be connected. I tried posting pictures of what I am talking about but I have to get my post count up before it will let me.


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    Re: Wiring harness for factory Ford Blaupunkt??

    with or without factory subwoofer?

    http://www.crutchfield.com/p_1207017...s.html?tp=2977

    ^^ that's for either



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    Re: Wiring harness for factory Ford Blaupunkt??

    Where would the subwoofer be located?? It does not sound like it has a subwoofer.




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    Re: Wiring harness for factory Ford Blaupunkt??

    Oh and also, where can I find the part number for that?




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    Re: Wiring harness for factory Ford Blaupunkt??

    idk, probably the trunk somewhere. it just asked if it had one. and i think that's a crutchfield proprietary part number.



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