Question about 2005 Ford F-150
The radio not turning off when you turn off your vehicle could have something to do with your ignition switch, and the accessory position on the ignition switch itself. On older vehicles, this becomes worn out, and a little sloppy. This in turn causes the ignition switch to provide power to the accessories even when it should not. It's a far shot in the dark, but It's a possibility.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
1. Broken ground in the rubber channel from the door to the a-pillar. This is a black wire in that loom.
2. Bad splice in the driver's side door sill. Some of the manufacturing plants used a splicing tape ( not the VA plant ) that looks like hockey tape. You will need to pull the door sill to see if the 3 wire splice is bad. This is usually on the Standard cab and SuperCrew models, have not see a splice issue with the SuperCab configuration yet.
Start with pulling the switch panel, and check from the black wire in the loom to a ground lug behind the kick panel on the driver's side by the parking brake.
Posted on Feb 08, 2011
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