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Integrating a head unit into your Mach 460 Sound System 2003

I JUST INSTALLED AN AFTER MARKET HEAD UNIT IN MY 03 MUSTANG AND DID EVERYTHING THAT Mixedbreed02GT SAID TO DO AND STILL THE SAME OUTCOME. CAN SOMEONE PLEASE HELP OR SEND ME A WIRE DIAGRAM.

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do you know the Mach system uses a different amp/speaker system than traditional? It's low ohm system and requires a deck made esp to match up..I'd contact Crutchfield or a car stereo shop to make sure you have the correct hardware

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+1 on that. Also, there's a wealth of info. available in Search at the top right corner of this Forum. You'll find an adapter by Metra mentioned, and that's what you have to adapt to the new head unit. The adapter will then plug into the car's Mach system. Seriously, go to a shop and let them do it, unless you have the knowledge and patience to do it yourself. If you screw it up you pay twice.

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