About the P.I.E Aux Input Adapter For Ford
This adapter lets you listen to a portable MP3 player or just about any other external source through select Ford sound systems, by converting the CD changer input on the factory radio into an auxiliary input. The 14-1/2" cable has the factory-compatible 16- & 24-pin connectors at one end and female RCA plugs at the other. Warranty: 90 days.
Note: Any CD changer connected to the stereo must be disconnected to use this adapter. Please enter your vehicle information or call a Sales Advisor at 1-888-955-6000 to find out if this adapter is compatible with your vehicle.
More details on the P.I.E Aux Input Adapter For Ford
Overview: The FRD04-AUX converts the Rear Seat Entertainment port of specified OEM Ford/Lincoln/Mercury "CAN-BUS" radios to RCA level audio inputs. This adapter features a built-in audio level adjustment circuitry (from 0 to +20 dB/0.475-4.75V) which allows you to match the audio levels of the auxiliary input to other sources on your factory receiver. Note: This adapter is not compatible with vehicles that are equipped with the OEM Rear Seat Entertainment system, navigation, or factory satellite radio.
Compatibility: This adapter is compatible with some, but not all, of the radio models found in the following vehicles:
- 2004-2008 Ford F-150 Pickup
- 2005-2012 Ford F-250 Pickup
- 2005-2012 Ford F-350 Pickup
- 2008-2011 Ford F-450
- 2005-2009 Ford F-550 Pickup
- 2007-2010 Ford Edge
- 2007-2012 Ford Expedition
- 2006-2010 Ford Explorer
- 2007-2010 Ford Explorer Sport Trac
- 2005-2007 Ford Focus
- 2005-2007 Ford Freestyle
- 2006-2009 Ford Fusion
- 2005-2009 Ford Mustang
- 2006-2008 Lincoln Mark LT
- 2007-2010 Lincoln MKX
- 2007-2009 Lincoln MKZ
- 2007-2012 Mercury Navigator
- 2006 Mercury Zephyr
- 2006-2009 Mercury Milan
- 2006-2010 Mercury Mountaineer
Note: Please check "Outfit My Car" to verify compatibility.
Connections: The adapter has a 14.5" cable to interface between the factory radio and the adapter; a 16-pin Molex harness plugs into the factory radio and a corresponding harness connects to the OEM cable removed from the radio; the other end has a 10-pin Molex which plugs into the adapter.