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- New - Open Box 1 Left
• Original manufacturer condition
• Includes accessories
• Manufacturer warranty
- New - Open Box products are in original manufacturer condition, include accessories, and carry the manufacturer warranty.
- Manuals and software might not be included, but can usually be downloaded from the manufacturer.
- These items can be in the original manufacturer box or repackaged for protection during shipping.
This innovative product for car radio installations allows the installer to wire an OEM factory radio into a car where the original radio harness is damaged or missing, or into another vehicle. Ford/Lincoln/Mercury 1986-Up Plugs into Original Equipment factory radio (Power/4 Speaker) Turbowires have been color-coded using the aftermarket radio industry standard (E.I.A. Color Code). Features a high impact, OEM quality ABS plastic molded connector for the perfect fit, while the new GXL wire provides more flexibility, power handling and heat resistance. The precision hand assembled terminals are pressure-inserted into the plug making it virtually impossible to pull a wire out. All top quality design features. Turbowires are 7-inch in length. A handy chart on the back of the package allows you to easily make all of the radio's wire connections.
Metra 71-1770 Wiring Harness
1986-up Ford, Lincoln, Mercury
Manufacturer Warranty. For defective returns, Tech For Less will give you a full refund and will arrange for and pay all shipping costs.
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Join the over 1 million satisfied customers we've been serving since 2001. We inspect and test all of our products to ensure it meets the manufacturer quality standards. We have a 30 Day Return Policy and every product has the Manufacturer Warranty against defects. If there does happen to be an issue, we will work with you to make it right!
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Kristen H. - Dec 3rd 2013