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05 Ford Mercury AM FM Stereo 6 CD Player Radio w Auxiliary Input 5L2T-18C815-DC

$225.00

638-01993-A
Refurbished
4.50 LBS
1-3 Business Days
Free Shipping to the USA
Calculated International
Out of Stock
-- 2005 -- Ford Mercury Explorer, Mountaineer, Ranger AM FM Radio 6 Disc CD Receiver AM FM 6 Disc CD Player with Aux Input Upgraded with iPod Aux directly on the face! For use with iPod, iPad, iPhone, MP3 Player, Sirius XM Satellite, Android Phone & more! Part Number: 5L2T-18C815-DC Compatible Part Numbers: 5L2Z18806DA Interchange Part Number: 638-01993 - Minor Wear - This listing is for a 2005 Ford Mercury radio AM FM 6 CD player that includes auxiliary input for use with iPod, iPhone, mp3 players, satellite radio & more. This radio has been professionally remanufactured, cleaned, serviced as needed and thoroughly checked. The radio is in good cosmetic condition with some very wear as pictured. Function is in 100% working order! REPLACEMENT ONLY This radio is being sold as a REPLACEMENT ONLY! The part number is 5L2T-18C815-DC. If you do not have this exact part number currently in your vehicle, it will likely NOT WORK. If you are unsure of your part number, contact us with your VIN and we should be able to provide you with the correct part number. They may look the same and have the same plugs but data streams may be different, not allowing them to code. For example, external amps are used in some cars and will not allow interchange, etc. We offer many models with modifications such as Bluetooth and Aux Input. If you're interested in these features, don't hesitate to get in contact with us! As you can see from our feedback, we package carefully and ship promptly via UPS or FedEx Insured. The radio you receive will be as pictured and described. Please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns.

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  1. Love the AUX input 5

    Posted by Mark Bernhardt on 27th Aug 2019

    The radio CD changer works perfect and the auxiliary input is a blessing. So nice to use modern devices on a 15 year old radio!