Ford Escape Automobiles Forum banner

2010 Audio Systems

1051 Views 3 Replies 2 Participants Last post by  bennybigt9
Here are the factory wiring diagrams for 2010 Escapes and Mariners. I've also included connections for the parking brake and the park position transmission switches.

Direct image link: ... dio1-1.jpg

Direct image link: ... dio2-1.jpg

Direct image link: ... dio3-1.jpg

Direct image link: ... dio4-1.jpg

Direct image link: ... dio5-1.jpg

Direct image link: ... dio6-1.jpg

Direct image link: ... dio7-1.jpg

Direct image link: ... dio8-1.jpg

Direct image link: ... dio9-1.jpg

Here's the connection to the park position switch on the shifter assembly:

Direct image link: ... ktrans.jpg

Here's the connection to the parking brake:

Direct image link: ... rake-1.jpg
See less See more
1 - 2 of 4 Posts
You should be able to operate the navigation via voice commands, even while the car is moving. I know I can do it in mine. I have factory navigation and the 302A (reverse camera, parking sensors, and Homelink-like visor buttons) package.

I'd need to look at the diagrams much more closely to figure out how to enable video while driving. Just a guess here, but since Ford now uses the network busses to control many of the functions, you may not be able to do this by simply disconnecting a wire. And unless I didn't see it, I don't think that the VSS wire is even connected to the audio system anymore---it's multiplexed into the network bus.
1 - 2 of 4 Posts
This is an older thread, you may not receive a response, and could be reviving an old thread. Please consider creating a new thread.