June 7, 2012, 8:06 pm
Hi, I did have a look to see if there was any similar topic but I couldn't find one that had the answer I need.
I have just removed my CD6000 and want to replace it with a sony BT2900, however as it is a single din replacement I have some problems with the wiring, can anyone point me in the right direction for an adaptor or a guide on how to rewire to fit the sony connectors, I have searched but I cannot find anything usefull.
June 7, 2012, 9:53 pm
Search eBay for an iso adaptor from the Ford quadlock connector to the Sony radio.
Make sure it is for a Ford as apparently the Vauxhall (spit) connectors are the same type just wired differently.
June 9, 2012, 9:26 am
Halfords should be able to help out but in general terms you will need a "patch" lead (if you have steering wheel controls) and also a harness adaptor.
I bought a Pioneer (doesnt work with my steering controls!....but far outweighed by Bluetooth/Parrot phone ability which is excellant) and only required a facia adaptor and a harness adaptor PC2-08-4 (They are around £16 in Halfords but Halfords online less than £4). I think the Sony has no probs with steering controls so you may need a differant harness and therefore wont require PC2-08-04.
Mine is a 2001 Focus Ghia and I got the facia adaptor from ebay (Celsus AFC5137 Facia)...excellant fit and has a little pocket to put phone/iphone in.
Main thing is not to buy from a Halfords store until you've check price online.