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PAC HFKFD2-P Ford w/Mute Button BlueTooth Harness
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Use this harness to install select HandsFree kits while minimizing wire cutting for a faster and cleaner installation.
Mutes the stereo system when the kit is being used.
Phone kit audio plays through the vehicle’s front speaker.
Designed to be plug-n-play with the following Bluetooth kits:
(harness must have part number Z02 at the end of it on the harness's sticker- won't work with Z01 harness)
1. Vehicle specific harness
2. PPAPAR Parrot adapter
Important Compatibility Notes:
This harness only works with factory radios with the phone button logo.
Motorola BlueTooth kit harness part number has to end with Z02 for this kit to be plug and play.
Not compatible with vehicles with SYNC system.
Works with the following vehicles:
Ford Crown Victoria 2003 - 2008
Ford Escape 2007 - 2010
Ford Expedition 2007 - 2010
Ford Explorer 2006 - 2010
Ford Explorer Sport Trac 2007 - 2010
Ford F-150 2005 - 2008
Ford F-250 2005 - 2010
Ford F-350 2005 - 2010
Ford F-450 2005 - 2010
Ford Five Hundred 2005 - 2007
Ford Freestar 2004 - 2007
Ford Freestyle 2005 - 2007
Ford Fusion 2006 - 2009
Ford Mustang 2005 - 2009
Lincoln Mark LT 2006 - 2008
Lincoln MKZ 2007 - 2009
Lincoln Navigator 2007 - 2010
Lincoln Town Car 2003 - 2008
Mercury Grand Marquis 2003 - 2008
Mercury Mariner 2007 - 2010
Mercury Milan 2006 - 2009
Mercury Montego 2005 - 2007
Mercury Monterey 2004 - 2007
Mercury Mountaineer 2006 - 2010
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