2007 Ford Explorer Radio Wiring Schematic – In its late-20th-century heyday, the Ford Explorer outsold both the Toyota Camry and the Honda Accord. As far as consumers were concerned, its taller ride height, spacious cargo hold and all-weather versatility made it the perfect family vehicle. Unfortunately, the rollover accident scare during the summer of 2000 cast a pall over the Explorer nameplate and turned off potential buyers despite the fact that the third-generation model (2002-present) was a much safer vehicle — and roomier to boot. Sales eventually recovered with the help of incentives and positive word of mouth, but these days the Explorer has a lot more competition. In addition to its many truck-based peers, numerous car-based crossover SUVs now occupy this price range, and many of them are just as family-friendly as the Explorer while offering better fuel economy and more upscale accommodations.
2007 Ford Explorer Radio Wiring Schematic – This doesn’t mean the 2007 Ford Explorer wouldn’t be a good choice, especially if you need three rows of usable seating in a midsize SUV body. Ford made substantial upgrades to the Explorer for the 2006 model year that refined its already impressive road manners. We consider it one of the best-handling truck-based SUVs on the market, and its smooth, quiet highway ride makes it a natural road trip candidate.
2007 Ford Explorer Radio Wiring Schematic – A long list of standard equipment doesn’t hurt either, and important safety features like front-seat side airbags, first- and second-row side curtain airbags and AdvanceTrac stability control are all included. Some buyers might lament the fact that the side curtain airbags don’t extend back to the third row, but the Explorer offers an additional feature that many of its competitors don’t have: Roll Stability Control. Pioneered by Volvo, this system uses a gyro sensor to identify a potential rollover situation and activates AdvanceTrac to try to avoid it.
2007 Ford Explorer Radio Wiring Schematic – Other than its typically low resale value, the Ford Explorer’s main weakness regards its engine output. The base V6 engine makes just 210 horsepower, a low number for this class, and the engine isn’t especially refined. The optional V8 is smoother and puts up more impressive numbers — 292 hp, 300 pound-feet of torque — but lacks the bottom-end pull of competitors’ V8s and, increasingly, their V6s as well.
2007 Ford Explorer Radio Wiring Schematic – For buyers who aren’t concerned about having the quickest SUV in the neighborhood, the 2007 Ford Explorer offers an impressive package. It’s comfortable enough to use for carpool duty during the week, yet rugged enough to handle a 7000-pound trailer or the dirt trail to the cabin on the weekend. Although we encourage family-minded buyers to check out the many alternatives in this price range, including car-based utes, wagons and minivans, Ford’s Explorer remains a solid pick for those who need the capability of a traditional SUV.
Sometimes it is difficult for 2007 Ford Explorer enthusiasts and fanatics to install the electronics component. This is caused by the activity to identify color codes for each component is really time consuming. The Radio Wiring Schematic below is provided to help you repair or modify your 2007 Ford Explorer in order to shorten the time to identify the correct color for each component.
2007 Ford Explorer Radio Wiring Schematic (For Free!)
2007 Ford Explorer Radio Wiring Schematic (Picture View)
2007 Ford Explorer Radio Wiring Schematic (Table View)
||Color / Remark
|Car Radio Battery Constant 12V+ Wire
|Car Radio Accessory Switched 12V+ Wire
|Car Radio Ground Wire
|Car Radio Amp Trigger Wire
|Left Front Speaker Positive Wire (+)
|Left Front Speaker Negative Wire (-)
|Right Front Speaker Positive Wire (+)
|Right Front Speaker Negative Wire (-)
|Left Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+)
|Left Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-)
|Right Rear Speaker Positive Wire (+)
|Right Rear Speaker Negative Wire (-)