Question about 2003 Ford Explorer
I was hit from behind rather hard and since then my radio works but the cd says cd error whenever I try to eject or play cds. Is there a reset button on the player? Or possibly a new bracket is needed? Not sure what to do? Any thoughts or suggestions?
2003 ford explorer/afterchanging new battery asking code for sterio and idont know how to adjust clock
Posted on Jul 29, 2011
I dare say your cd player has had something move internally from the shock of the accident and thats whats causing the fault. lol either that or someone has gone and forced a 7th cd into it. i think the cheapest and easiest way to fix this would be to get a fascia kit and a new cd player beacuse ford will charge like a wounded bull for a replacement one. this is what i did after i serviced my car and got given the wrong code for the cdplayer from the ford dealership
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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