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Old 12-13-2017, 12:45 AM
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Default 2007 Sport Trac Radio Display Out! EZ Fix or Swap?

Hi all,
First, post so I hope I do this correctly. I just purchased a nearly mint 2007 Sport Trac Limited and I think it has the stock basic single CD head unit but because the display is completely out I'm not sure! I do know that it sounds fantastic! I'm not sure if this is a common problem but I have a chance to get a perfectly working 6 CD w/ GPS head unit but my question is how compatible are these units? Will other year radios work or what do I need to watch out for? Any help of suggestions will be appreciated.
Thank You in Advance and Happy Holidays to all!
Ken
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