Ford Radio Amp Oem Cable F1ob-14588-aa >15' Length on 2040-parts.com
Ballwin, Missouri, US
This radio to Amp cable is in excellent condition, no cuts or broken connectors. It is greater than 15' in length. Most likely is from a late '90s Lincoln product. FREE SHIPPING to the lower 48. Will ship to Canada with an extra fee. Have other cables listed. Email your questions, I'll try to answer. Thanks for stopping.
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