Hi well if you are english, go to a shop called halfords. All you need to do is purchase a new one.Because generally, audio players with radio, Cd, and tape cassette aren't veery reliable.
In pounds it would be around 100, but in dollars it would be about 200. If youre american, go to www.halfords.co.uk and go to orders tab. Type in: "Sony 134 SL". Purchse it if you want to. They accept american credit cards/debit cards. Also if you pay an extra $20 or so dollars, you can have it delivered to america
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is it a new cd/radio ? the wiring is the same for a radio with or with out a cd player , the cd should work once the radio is connected , the other port you mention may be relevent as the original radio was a factory installed , these are usually designed to be useless to be used in other vehicles as a theft deterrent , i would remove the new radio and have a good search in the radio space as there may well be the second connector you require , be very carefull as there are many sharp edges and the apeture is not very large , the second connector , if there, will most likely be taped to another loom so as to keep it away from touching other parts so a good torch and have a search , keep me posted if you wish
if you have unit i think you have look for 2 holes 1/8 inch in dia on both sides take a coat hanger and cut 2 12 inch lengths and bend into semi circles and insert into holes firmly and it will slide out if not have a friend pull on the radio while you push on your new ford radio tools