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I recently purchased a 2000 Mustang. I was trying to figure out why the radio wasnt working and I found all this. I have no idea what any of the wires go to except for the new wires ran to the speakers. Any insight would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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The 2000 Mustang has a pre-amp that is located on the transmission hump below the dash. Rather than fight the wiring, take a look at these:

Scosche FD15B Compatible with 1995-97 Ford Premium System Amp-Bypass Jumper harness; At amp location (it actually works on the 2000 Mustang)

Metra 70-5513 Radio Wiring Harness for Ford Amplifier Eliminator Plug

American International® FWH5 - Bypass Factory Amplifier Wiring Harness more details on - American International® FWH5 - Bypass Factory Amplifier Wiring Harness

Scosche FDK8B Scosche FDK8B 16-Pin Factory Amplifier/Premium Sound Bypass Car

these bypass all of the wiring and let you hook your stereo directly to the speakers or aftermarket amp.
 
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