01-04 Ford Explorer Sport Trac Pioneer Radio 6 Cd 1l2f-18c815-lb Oem Stereo on 2040-parts.com
Everett, Washington, United States
Surface Finish:Silver Gray
Manufacturer Part Number:1L2F-18C815-LB
Country/Region of Manufacture:Mexico
Great working condition. 01-04 Ford Explorer Sport Trac Pioneer Radio 6 Cd 1L2F-18C815-LB
This auction for a used factory Ford radio 6 cd changer. Will fit :
1998-2000 Ford Explorer
1998-2003 Ford Explorer Sport Trac
1998- 2004 Ford F-150- F550
1998-2004 Ford Ranger
1998-2003 Ford Escape
2000-2003 ford Excursion
Please note: This Unit is for a vehicle equipped with premium/audiophile/mach sound system. Please check your radio plugs or your vehicle harness to ensure a match. This unit tested 100% working.
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All stereos are tested before it gets posted. The buyer has 14 days to process a possible Qualified return.
The unit has void seal stickers. Locked screws. Please do not alter or change anything to the stickers. Alterations, cuts and broken sticker automatically voids returns.
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