You could even literally mount it right above or below the radio to save from running the wire far. It also is the only way to maintain all the factory function like delay power down, dimming with dash lights, and any functions involving the parking break or reverse such as video playback and addition of a reverse camera. Optional third-row seating on all trim levels expands utility for larger families. The audio is full quality and takes advantage of all sound controls on the radio. Hi, My mom recently surprised me by buying the new Ford Edge and giving me her 2007 Ford Explorer, 4L V8. Optional third-row seating on all trim levels expands utility for larger families.
So long as you get adapter harnesses and don't cut into the factory harness I don't see how you would void the warranty for other rest of the vehicle. I would personally stay away from Dual, Jensen, and Boss. I can't speak about the canbus adapter, but I did not need one, and I do not have steering wheel controls. Eligible for our Compatibility Guarantee. Make sure to grab the appropriate tools to test all the wires in your Explorer. Lastly, does anyone know if I'll need additional adapters to attach this unit to my car? Use of the Ford Explorer wiring information is at your own risk. I'll step back in and +1 my own previous recommendation for an aftermarket unit.
You will also need an adapter because the stereo in the 07 and later runs off the CanBus. . There are single din stereos, which are the small, non-touchscreen ones that are half the size of what you have now. The radio is up to you. Make sure your dash kit is for a double din. Side curtain air bags are standard on all Explorer trims for 2008.
Simply remove your old radio and install ours. Radio of your choice 1. The Limited is mostly the same as last year while adding a HomeLink universal garage door opener and power-adjustable pedals. This schematic is provided free of charge and may not be 100% accurate. Another plus for those with large broods is the availability of manual- or power-folding third-row seating. So does anyone know if this would work on my car, which didn't previously come with navigation? Keep in mind if you are installing a new radio in your Explorer you need the wiring harness, the antenna adapter, and the mounting kit as well. Later, I called a different dealership and said they couldn't do it because my car did not initially come with navigation, but he implied that I could do it myself but it would definitely void my warranty.
These points get old which is what causes your screen to fade. Carefully unplug the airbag connector at the top and you can set that panel to the side of the console or unplug all the connectors and completely remove it. Some brands are only for single din, but it will mention that somewhere on the package. No codes required it will plug and play! The Limited is mostly the same as last year. So I just visited my local Ford Dealership and inquired about replacing the radio and they said it's not possible. One of the most time consuming tasks with installing an after market car stereo, car radio, satellite radio, xm radio, car speakers, tweeters, car subwoofer, crossovers, audio equalizer, car amplifier, mobile amp, car amplifier, mp3 player, ipod or any car audio electronics is identifying the correct color car audio wires for your 2008 Ford Explorer.
That is, of course, if you're forced to live with the old unit. The dash kit is going to make the aftermarket unit fit. I got my stuff from crutchfield dot com and they gave me the wiring adapter and mount kit for free. Android user, personally another member did a full write up on swapping out stock for stock navi touch. The body-on-frame construction will please those in need of towing capacity, while the independent rear suspension and stiffer frame enhance handling on paved surfaces. Then pop that panel unplug any electrical connectors and remove it.
They are cheap, and work, but typically don't last, have poor sound quality and adjustments, and have a poor interface. The wire harness is the adapter that plugs into your Explorer's wire harness, and has the appropriate matching wires for your headunits wire harness. It is fairly straightforward to install any aftermarket stereo when you also purchase the proper adapter to plug into the factory harness and the correct mounting kit. Pre-programmed to your specific vehicle. To anyone else familiar with apple carplay please correct me if I am wrong. The Eddie Bauer trim gets a freshening with new two-tone bumpers and 20-inch wheels, in addition to other decorative touches.
Also wanted to add, im an Apple guy, but don't care for CarPlay. Its not hard at all, it is intimidating the first time, but once you do it, you'll be shocked at how easy it is. Search for touchscreen with apple or Google auto. I found a few on Ebay, but maybe from somewhere else. The V8 is paired with a six-speed automatic gearbox, which is a nice segment-leading plus. You'll pay significantly more at a store for the stuff. Adding More Information If you would like to help the Modified Life community by adding any missing information or adding a new car audio wire diagram to our resource, please feel free to post it at the bottom of this page.
All information is provided as-is and accuracy is not guaranteed. There are many available from pioneer, Kenwood, etc. I have close to 2k in my complete audio system built over time between my last 3 cars. Obviously an aftermarket radio would not be covered by the warranty; but I question on a 2007 if you have a power train that wouldn't be affected or bumper to bumper that would cover electrical warranty. Tried it awhile ago when it first came out, wasnt a fan, but it might be better now.