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2000 Ford Taurus, stereo, climate control


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sorryociffer 
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Posted: December 15, 2006 at 2:58 PM / IP Logged  
My Taurus has the ETAC climate control that is integrated with the stereo face. I am told that a conventional install is impossible with this setup. My research seams to confirm this. Has anyone seen or done a custom install that keeps the ETAC?
The car is a 2000.
Thanks,
Bryan
ss-installer 
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American International kit  #fmk-578.
sorryociffer 
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Not gonna work, that kit is for the dial type heater/fan controls my car has the ETAC electronic control type with no dials. I do appreciate the effort though.
2000 Ford Taurus, stereo, climate control -- posted image.
Bryan
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No kits are available for what you want, trust me I have searched. I have seen cd player installed in universal pods in these cars, its not pretty but it works. I am sure something custom can be done to integrate an aftermarket head unit in. maybe the glove box?
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dont guess ive run into one of those yet
xtremej 
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There aren't many of them I saw my first one about 2 weeks ago. I ordered the metra kit for the tarus with the dials for climate controls, oops now I ask detailed questions when taurus's are coming in.
rudydapimp 
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i alwys tell customers to get a cd changer.
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been there too. use a cassette adapter, wired fm mod for some sirius or xm or a changer. show the customer this thread
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Mharvey 
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just do an fm modgulated cd changer thats what we endend eup doing in my moms car.

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