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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 10-04-2011 Thread Starter
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Newer SAT CD6 Ford radio into 2001 Bullitt

Hi guys,

I've got a little problem. I recently acquired a black 2001 Bullitt with no radio installed. I checked fleabay and found a nice CD6 radio with the ford PN : 3R3T-18C815-TE

I thought it would be plug and play, because the plugs in the radio seemed the same. To my suprise, the plugs are pretty much the same dimensions but do not fit. The 01 bullitt was originally equipped with a CD6 radio and the mach 460 sound system of course.

So I was wondering if anyone knew of an adapter that would convert from the harness in the car, to the connector on the back of the radio. Or if I could just trim the connector to make it fit :p

Here is the connector in the car :

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front of the radio:
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rear:
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Thanks for ANY help!


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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 10-05-2011 Thread Starter
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I have found this on ebay :

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This I think is the correct harness that plugs into the radio. Does anyone know what the Bigger connector does? because the radio seems to have it but my car only has the 2 smaller connectors.


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(1)Try Crutchfield.com for adapters they most likely can help you.
(2)You could also cut, solder, and adapt the plugs from the radio to the cars' harness or visa versa. Make sure to heat shrink any soldered joint.
(3) Check out junk yards for wiring and plugs
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