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Customer Reviews

PAC Car Cable Adapter

Connect the iSimple PDXP to your 1998-up Ford factory stereo

MFR # PXHFD3

PAC Car Cable Adapter

PAC Car Cable Adapter

Connect the iSimple PDXP to your 1998-up Ford factory stereo

MFR # PXHFD3

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PAC Car Cable Adapter

Mike from Louisville, KY on 5/7/2018

2002 Ford Excursion

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This harness allowed me to keep my RES in my Excursion without cutting up my factory harness when everyone said there wasn't one out there. It did exactly what I needed it to do.

Pros: Didn't butcher my factory harness

Cons: Have to repin 4 pins for speaker feed.

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Paul from Kent, WA on 1/1/2017

2003 Ford F-350

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2003 F350 This fits easily and works great.

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Crutchfield customer from Florida on 9/22/2015

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Worked like a Ford factory part, perfect!

Pros: Perfect

Cons: None

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A Good Product

PaulS from Anchorage, Alaska on 7/24/2013

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Product works as advertised with no problems whatever. It installed easily, the hardest part was finding +12 constant for the iPhone charge power. That was easily found and 10 minutes later I was using my IPhone Adaptor with my factory stereo.

Pros: Ease of installation

Cons: none that I can see.

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Brian from Howell, MI on 10/21/2010

2000 Ford F-350

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Used in 2000 F350 crew cab diesel with factory stereo. It worked beautifully. If you have the factory cd changer, this will NOT work unless you use this in place of the cd changer. The only thing you have to do (in addition to plugging the harness in) is connect the hot wire to a constant 12v source, and connect the ground wire to a ground source. I spliced these wires into the factory wire harness. Strip a small section of the Ford harness insulation away, poke an awl in the center of the wire making a hole, and insert the end of this harnesses wire into the hole, wrapping it around the factory wire. Solder wires together and cover well with electrical tape. Yes, the quick easy way is to use a wire tap, but those corrode over time and aren't as solid of a connection. Here are the wires from the Ford factory harness to tap into: Car Radio Battery Constant 12v+ Wire: Light Green/Violet Car Radio Ground Wire: Black/Light Green

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Dale from USAG Humphreys, South Korea on 10/30/2009

2004 Ford Escape

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Very handy item. Easy installation except for the power and ground, which weren't difficult, just slightly inconvenient. I'd like to see splices sent with each adapter. I'd pay the little extra. The splices I want are the kind that have a press in blade with grooves that penetrates the insulation but doesn't require cutting the wires. You cover the blade with an attached plastic snap-down flap to insulate it. No stripping or cutting necessary.

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