What is an ISO connector in a car stereo?
An ISO connector is the plug that connects an audio device to a car. It consists of two side-by-side, eight-pin connectors that control the power, remote if applicable, ground and all of the speakers within the automobile.
What is the yellow wire on aftermarket radio?
The yellow wire is the 12 volt battery wire, which should also be attached to the stereo for power. The final wire, the black wire, is the ground wire. This wire, once attached to the stereo, will help ground it.
Do all Pioneer car stereos use the same wiring harness?
Pioneer did have a different set of wire colors in their pre 1998 decks, now they use the same colors as everyone else, even the aftermarket harnesses by Metra, Scosche and AI use these same colors.
What kind of suspension does an AU Falcon Ute have?
The AU Falcon Ute introduced double-wishbone front suspension and Ford’s ‘Wide Trac’ rear suspension which consisted of a live rear axle with shock absorbers located outboard of the leaf springs and angled towards the front of the vehicle.
Is there an OBD-II port on an AU Falcon?
Obviously there’s an OBD-II port, but various sources say it’s non-standard pins, non-standard protocol, and others say it’s an EF/EL style “flashing codes” arrangement just reterminated in a different socket. What is the actual truth here? Can the old “STI/STO” method be used, and if so, what’s the pinout? Is a digital reader/scanner required?
What kind of fuel tank does AU Falcon Ute have?
For models with petrol engines, the AU Falcon Ute had an 82 litre fuel tank. For dedicated LPG engines, however, two 55 litre gas cylinders were fitted.
How to get the Falcon Radio Security Code?
You will have to go see a Ford dealer, they may need a serial number from the radio, alternatively the selling dealer may have it on record 😉 Ford will be able to supply you with the Code. You will need proof of purchase and VIN Number of vehicle. tj writes… Ford will be able to supply you with the Code.