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Old 07-09-2005, 00:18   #1 (permalink)
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need help on identifying devices near Subwoofer

I am trying to figure out what these 2 devices are for, but i am suspecting it is some sort of AMP but cannot confirm it. This is on my 2004 mercury Mountaineer Premier.

Can anyone help me identify this devices?

If this is actually an AMP or not so I can determine if I need to purchase an AMP to connect to the PC's sound board. I am building a CarPC with touchscreen. Only thing will be removed is the factory 6-CD radio. I would like to use the existing speakers and Subwoofer.. Just advice is welcome.

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Re: need help on identifying devices near Subwoofer

the balck one looks like an alarm but i dont no wat the other is
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Re: need help on identifying devices near Subwoofer

yeah the BOSCH part will be the main control unit for the keyless entry/ central locking/ alarm.

the other thingy could be ????????????????

why not write down the part number and give your ford shop a call. the parts guy should be able to look it up for you,
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Re: need help on identifying devices near Subwoofer

The basic part number - 18C808 - is what should describe the part. It is definitely part of the audio system. Ford speakers carry the basic part number 18808, the inclusion of the 'C' I don't know. It looks like an amplifier with those cooling fins, but amplifiers usually carry the basic part number of 18T805 or 18T806. The prefix 2C6F tells which model year and model line the part was first introduced for, and the suffix AA tells the variable number or revision number of the item.

As 351cid said, you could take the number to your local Ford dealership parts guy for clarification, although service part numbers don't always exactly match assembly line numbers (prefixes and/or suffixes may be different).

Easiest way would be to ask someone at your local Ford service department - they are sure to have changed one of these at some time, and would know exactly what it is.
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