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To say the radio head is delicate is something you already found out. You will likely wind up going to a radio installation store and having them remove the head, and perhaps buy a new one.
Trying to fix it yourself most often results in the radio head being ruined.
There are places on the internet that fix radios.
I have used them, and some are good.
God bless your efforts.
From the way your post sounds, I'd say the dealership is correct.
You could try aftermarket radio, of course that would mean, remove and install yourself.
There might be a stereo install shop close to you? I guess you could call and get an estimate.
I just looked at crutchfield.com on the internet, they have radios they say will fit your vehicle for 50 bucks or less. I don't about the cost of shipping and handling?
I'm not pushing Crutchfield, I'm sure there are many stereo web sites.
Walmart may have stereos, I don't if they will fit your vehicle? Look around. Get install estimates.
Not over the internet Radio Codes are for security, so if your radio is stolen, it can't be used in another vehicle So no one would have your code You start by asking a dealer,just asking, what the procedure is to get the code & how to install
A radio code is for security reasons-- so your radio can not be used in any other car, if it is stolen Why would you expect someone, anywhere in the world, on the internet, to have your code? You have to go to a dealer & have proof of ownership, to get the code & then have an owner manual to install or have dealer write it down Not all Fords need radio codes You can call & ask about yours before you go there
They make a type of Amplifier that uses high level input from the speaker outputs. Contact a company called Crutchfield.com for details and prices. You ca also have a radio shop install preamp output RCA jacks to the factory radio, do an Internet search for shops that do this type of retrofitting.
hi this might now be of no use, some makes or radio's have a 3 chance code enter system, where as if the code has been entered wrong 4 times, it will lock out the radio and there is no way to recover it, there is a special chip that disables the radio and makes it useless to say thieves if the steal it, but i have a decoder that may be able to help, i will need the serial from the unit and the model ie phillips,sony that sort of thing..if you email me these i will see what i can do, if it does not work then its a new system..