From what has been discussed here in the past, you'd be way better off going aftermarket for what it would cost to go to the Mach 1000. Figure spending somewhere in the range of $1500-2000 (parts & labor) to get the Mach 1000.
I checked with Ford on this. You cannot retrofit the Mach 1000 without replacing the entire wiring harness. There are apparently some changes in the electrical system that preclude the swap. I'm not well versed in the audio stuff, but this is the info I got. Also, Ford is only building 4% of the 2002 run with the Mach 1000. The components will probably not be available for some time.
Thanks guys, it was just an idea I was tossing around. If I could have added on to the system, I would have definatly considered it, but the changing of the wiring harness was my main concern. There is nothing wrong with the Mach 460 that is in there now.
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