1993 Ford Mustang GT Convertible | Premium Radio Amp

FGutier105

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Hello everyone from Central Florida. I am looking for the Amp that is located under the passenger seat for my 1993 Mustang. I believe the correct part number is F3ZF-18T806-BB but I am not 100% sure. Can anyone confirm that for me? and if so where can I find it? I have no sound. I've already tried the Ford dealership and multiple junk yards without any luck. Any ideas?
 
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hello_newman

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Hello everyone from Central Florida. I am looking for the Amp that is located under the passenger seat for my 1993 Mustang. I believe the correct part number is F3ZF-18T806-BB but I am not 100% sure. Can anyone confirm that for me? and if so where can I find it? I have no sound. I've already tried the Ford dealership and multiple junk yards without any luck. Any ideas?
I have one. Was working when I removed it a few years ago. PM me if interested.
 
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hello_newman

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I found it. Thank you so much.
Glad you found one. If you have OEM deck, OEM speakers and OEM amp all in good condition, and are happy with vintage early 90's audio quality, you will be in business.

That's where I was originally, then decided to change the blown out OEM speakers. Come to find out, the OEM speakers are a real obscure OHM rating made to work specifically with the OEM amp. Changed to Memphis Audio speakers, with OEM amp, and it sounded terrible. Especially with the volume as high as you need it to be with the top down.

That led to replacing the deck (Bluetooth Pioneer) and the amp mounted under the passenger seat (JL Audio). Sounds halfway decent now.