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Old 03-17-2018
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Replacing my 2007 ranger radio double din, with a 2014 F150 double din

Hello I have a 2007 ranger with a factory pioneer am/fm double din. I have a 2015 F150 double din i want to install of course no connectors plugged into the back of the newer. Has anyone went through this type stock to stock exchange and any suggestions on getting connectors or other issues I might run into are greatly appreciated. Tks, badcreek
 
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Get a after market wiring kit and splice into the wiring for the ford f150 unit. Then connect to the ranger harness. I don't know the wiring for that unit you might lose some functionality as well. Just find the diagram for the newer unit and you should be good to go. I'm pretty sure you'll have to mod the center piece to take the f150 unit as well. I went with an after market android head unit, it's pretty nice hooked a backup cam to it. Makes a worth while upgrade.
 
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