I have been quoted around $1900 for just the head unit. Then I will need an amp and subbie and new rear speakers. If those prices are correct they are close to aftermarket.Aussie Pete said:Gees Laminge! The Premium system is very good indeed. Especially for the cost. You get the factory look, no cutting/shutting/wiring, and it rocks! If you were real picky the speakers could be straight upgraded aftermarket, but I think the Ford system is very nice. It's only $700 odd bucks isn't it?
I wasn't aware that the series two head unit s would do that. Thanks partsguy.partsguy said:All Ford sound is now FMS. Alpine, Pioneer & clarion no longer get a look in..If you put AU2 head units into an AU you cannot use the steering wheel controls.
This is because of the speed warning device being on the same control switches as the audio. On au1 it runs straight to the radio on au2 it goes via the cluster.
Sold a few au2 units for au1, if you dont mind losing s/wheel controls they are a great system.