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Which wiring harness adapter to fit a Sony stereo into a 94 T-bird?

Looking for advice on the correct wiring harness adapter to use to fit a Sony DSX-A202UI stereo into my T-bird.

Over here the original stereo was the same as the one fitted to numerous 90's UK Fords. I've found two possible harnesses that look correct, but the descriptions say that one is for an amplified system https://www.dynamicsounds.co.uk/auto...g-harness.html, and the other is for a non-amplified system https://www.dynamicsounds.co.uk/auto...s-adaptor.html

My car had a standard stereo (not premium sound or anything special). Any ideas as to which one I should use?

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With the standard audio, you would use the harness for the non discrete amplifier system. So you'd need the cheaper harness.

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Thanks Brandon.

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