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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 05 Ford F150 Radio doesn't work.
it needs to be programed to your vehicle. we have to program every replacement radio we install at the dealership. only takes a few mins.
Posted on Apr 27, 2010
Hello! In the under hood fuse and relay panel...Looking left to right...In the second row are four fusible links...Pull and check with an ohm meter (if you have one)...Some are visible as to blown or not....If you find them to be OK, there is another fusible link (this one is 14 Ga. wire...Color is Green on the end that goes to the alternator and Red on the end from the battery...This fusible link is probably open...The Green wire is spliced to a Black/Orange And Yellow/White that connect to the alternator plug...If it tuns out that the above described fusible link (Red in Green out) is burnt open it is indicating that the cause of the failure is the alternator...Or the wiring to it...Send a comment as to which fusible link is open and I'll take it from there...
You may as well check the grounding from (-) battery post to bare metal on chassis (fender bolt), firewall and engine block...Set ohm meter on X10 or X100 and read between the above described locations....Must read close to zero ohms (dead short)...Send readings...The truck has some years on it and rusted or corroded ground straps are an issue...Guru...Saailer
Posted on Oct 09, 2011
SOURCE: I replaced my ford Radio with another factory radio remaufactured. I plugged in the 2 plugs and the antennas, only the clock works. It will take CDs but won't play them, radio doesnt go to radio,
Modern automotive electronics are keyed to the VIN through the ECU to prevent theft, you must have the radio ID #, and key it into the radio with the number pads on the radio, only the dealership can retrieve the correct code for your vehicle. Probably not what you wanted to hear.
Posted on Sep 08, 2012
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