Question about 1996 Ford Explorer
Just the other day my radio statred to turn all the way down by itself, at first it seemed like it was when I braked, but it just happens randomly but very consistently. Any ideas would be appreciated....Thanks.
I have the same SUV, the only thing that would make it do that is the circuit within the stereo that makes it return to a low volume after restart ( when you are blasting the music then turn the car off, next time you start your car it resume a normal state of volume). So your stereo unit is faulty. I am about to uninstall mine to upgrade, let me know if you want it, it will plug right in, no wiring mess. The other thing to consider is the amp (which I am also upgrading), try to notice if you are only losing volume, or if you are losing sound quality. I am 100% that you need to replace your stereo though.
Posted on Feb 11, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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