Question about 1998 Ford Explorer
The radio in my 2005 sport trac quite working. It was working fine; turned it off by pushing the on/off/volume knob and something shorted out an blew a fuse resulting in a non-operative unit, no radio or clock. When replacing the fuse twice, the new fuses immediately blew upon insertion. Sounds like a short. Easily identifiable or a needle in the haystack?
THE RADIO MOST LIKELY IS THE PROBLEM, WITHOUT THE REPAIR MANUALS IT WOULD BE VERY HARD TO REPAIR (man. not availiable to the public), YOUR BEST BET IS TO FIND A FORD AUTHORIZED REPAIR SHOP, THEY ARE ON THE NET, THE OTHER BUY A USED UNIT ON EBAY, THE LAST IS THE BEST OPTION, I HAVE DONE THIS ON SEVERAL CARS AND WORKED OUT GREAT, LESS THAN $100 FOR A USED UNIT.
Posted on Nov 04, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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