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Old 8th November 2014, 04:25 AM   #1
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Default Can someone help identify these Sony Ford amp w2b headers?

Hi DIY audio,

Can anyone here (perhaps someone close to Ford or Sony) help identify these wire to board headers on the factory Sony amp from Ford's "premium Sony audio" system? They use it in the Focus, F150, Fusion, Flex, and I'm sure several others.

I'm talking about these ones:

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I've tried searching in the catalogs of the typical big name vendors, but I couldn't find anything that looked exactly the same. I'm really hoping one of you actually knows who makes these.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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I think you will find they are made by Sony.
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I've tried to do this in the past. Zero chance of success

I ended up cutting out the last 50cm of the wiring loom from a dead car at a breakers yard. Then splicing new wires into it with patient soldering and good heat-shrink.
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I've tried to do this in the past. Zero chance of success

I ended up cutting out the last 50cm of the wiring loom from a dead car at a breakers yard. Then splicing new wires into it with patient soldering and good heat-shrink.
I'm actually looking for the PCB side. I could do something similar (scavenge them from a dead amplifier), but I would really like to be able to buy several.

I'm really hoping these aren't completely custom. My previous vehicle (GM) used all standard connectors. While some were a little hard to find, they were at least out there.
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