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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yes, it is most likely a fuse issue. Two things going out at the same time usually leads to the fuse block.
The radio and the clock are on two separate fuses. The clock runs on the constant power (yellow) wire to the radio... and the radio itself runs on the red Ign./accessory wire.
pull the fuse cover off and look on the sticker on the cover for the radio fuse and check it. I'm betting it is burned out.
Posted on Nov 24, 2008
oliethegoali: From your description you have a problem with a component called a "SUBJUNCTION BOX" This, unfortunately is a component very few independent shops can even service because it has to communicate with another component called a Body Control Module. Unfortunately, Nearly all the new cars have Body Control Modules which require special diagnostic and programming equipment to fully service the vehicles. The independent shops still have the capabilities of communicating with the on-board computers, but few shops have the means of re-programming the new cars when components have to be changed. Reason being, the software alone, costs thousands of dollars just for one make and year vehicle. I'm sorry to say, you will need to take the car to a Ford dealer for the repair.
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
the window switches in the door can offten go bad just from sticky fingers. some times the are known to just stop working all of a sudden. it is also posible that the motor has gone bad, or more likely a bad conection at the motor or switch. the door switches on the mustangs are not the most sturdy switches. the tend to break loose and move around. u can test the motor by simply runing 12volts the the terminals on it. depending on witch terminal has power and witch has ground determins if the windo goes up or down. also check with volt meter or test light that there is power to the switch, just turn the key on and ground the test light and plug in the terminal that goes to that switch.
Posted on Apr 24, 2010
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