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Console for a 2005 ford escape

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Premium Subscriber
Dec 19, 2002
Ova here
Best bet is to do a Google search for you vehicle and year with "radio console". I know Havis did make consoles for early model Escapes. You should also look into Jotto as well.
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Jul 27, 2005
I am a lineman for the county.
Anyone know if havis shield makes a console for a 2005 ford escape ?
I have a radio and scanner I would like to install

I haven't seen any, but that doesn't mean they don't exist.

I have a Motorola CDM-1250 mounted in my wife's 2009 Ford Escape. The RF deck is in the bottom of the center console, the control head is mounted along side the center console shifter. Been that way since 2009, and I'm pretty happy with it.

If your scanner will do 'remote head', that may be your way to go.
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