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99 ford expedition radio problem

I dont know where to find the fuse for my radio light i cant see what staion im changing to nor can i set my bass level correct because i cant see anything the radio and cd changer all works fine i just would like to be able to see what im doing!

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  • godtrout Feb 13, 2009

    i have the same problem but i was told the whole front of the radio needs to be replaced is that true?

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    Radio is muffled

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This is not a fuse problem, it is a burnt out display backlight bulb, you have to pull the radio out of the dash and remove the top cover of the radio, you will see a tiny bulb socket, twist it out, replace that little bulb.

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