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post #1 of 10 Old November 7th, 2011, 08:52 PM Thread Starter
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Is it possible..

To put my mach system from the car. Into my truck? What parts would I need?

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post #2 of 10 Old November 7th, 2011, 08:56 PM
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Yes but a pain in the ass.
I would imagine just put all the components of the mach in there. Radio, speakers, amps. But then you have the wiring to tackle(shouldn't be too bad).
Find a diagram of the complete wiring. It would be the best piece of information to have at this point.

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Yes but a pain in the ass.
I would imagine just put all the components of the mach in there. Radio, speakers, amps. But then you have the wiring to tackle(shouldn't be too bad).
Find a diagram of the complete wiring. It would be the best piece of information to have at this point.
Yeah a Wiring diagram would be nice. I have my stangs interior stripped. So I could also probably just follow the wires.







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Yeah a Wiring diagram would be nice. I have my stangs interior stripped. So I could also probably just follow the wires.
It shouldn't be that hard. You need fused power to the amps, wire going from amps to speakers, signal wires from radio to amps along with remote wire to turn the amps on when the radio is on. Then hard wiring the radio into the trucks existing wiring. (this is how most systems are set up, no idea on the mach as I have never had the system in my car)
Go on crutchfield.com and they should have wiring harness or diagram for the truck, then just adapt wires as needed for the mach radio.

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I haven't done stereos before, But its got a aftermarket deck in it right now, So It will be easy to install, I'll try ripping out the stuff this weekend. Maybe just run my own wires?

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This might help, it describes the wires somewhat.
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