first wrong step was JC Whitney. i don't even know what to say to be nice after that. you have alot to learn and i don't know where to start.
i wouldnt go that far. alot of people are smarter then me. i just try to do things after thinking them over alot and researching so i will have less error to sucess ratio.NOSholley63 said:Oookaaay
There is no way I'm arguing with NEUMAN
He is, just straight up, better than me in all respects
No matter what I say about classes or whatever.
NEUMAN is just awesome! ;P
whats cheap and easy to you? i have an entry level pioneer deck that has the ipod charger adn stuff but not the ipod controls built in with front and rear rca outs i would let go as a combo deal prewired with a factory adapter kit for 120+10 shipping. all you would do is plug in stuff and play. no hard wiring just straight forward tunes.altbob said:I checked the how to section here on amp install. It refers to rca plugs, not how to wire standard ford radio speaker plugs. its too bad there don't seem to be any cheap easy fix for this problem other than buying a new radio with rca plugs already on it. the ford radio works good, is reliable, and it's a shame to take it out and trash can it. the scoshe install kit instructions I found at walmart refers to an adapter kit for this problem, but they don't sell it at my local walmart.