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Old 05-27-2010, 03:24 PM   #1  
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not sure if anyone has done this but is it possible to take all the sync components out of one 2010 mustang and put them into another 2010 mustang? i have a friend who totalled his premium v6 with shaker and sync and ive already gotten his steering wheel and his shaker hu (so the steering wheel controls will work) but i would really like to get sync in my car and was wondering if its possible to take out of his and put in mine?
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I dont see a reason why it wouldnt work. You can buy the system from ford. You might have to get something programed by ford but in theory it should work.
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I wish I knew where to find the wiring diagrams for a 2010 so I can see exactly what it goes to
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take good notes when you unhook his, it takes the place of the stereo so i would imagine it would be plug and play, get the satalite antenna also.
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Did you post this question a while back? Did I ask you about what color the interior was on the car?? I'm looking for Saddle Leather.
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Yeah I did
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Dealer has to 'configure the module' but other than that, plug n play
from one 2010 to another 2010.
Take pics before unhooking either one.
oppps cant cus you already have some of it in hand....
The 2005-2009 wiring diagrams are not as good as one would think
so I would suspect the 2010 Ford Workshop Wiring Manual would
be the same of sorts....
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i know where the module is but the wires and plug for it are not in my car so i would have to get the whole wiring harness. the module is located above the glove box right under the passenger side airbag. where can i get the wiring diagram for a 2010?
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