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I try to turn on the radio in a 2004 ford explorer and it reads ''code 13'' It is the cassette radio, and the only identification on it is the word keycode.

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You will have to take it in and have it decoded. There is an electronic device that is used to do this. It can not be done manually.

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Visual Inspection Chart Mechanical Electrical
  • Integrated control panel (ICP) physically damaged, misaligned, any control(s) inoperative
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  1. If the fault is not visually evident, proceed to diagnose the integrated control panel (ICP) by entering the ICP Self-Diagnostic Mode.
ICP Self-Diagnostic Mode
NOTE: To enter the ICP Self-Diagnostic Mode, the ICP must be ON and in radio tuner mode (AM/FM).
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ICP SELF-TEST CODES Code Description 0 No diagnostic trouble codes logged 1 No response from rear chassis unit (RCU) 2 No response from cassette player 3 - 4 No response from compact disc player 5 - 6 - 7 No response from remote climate control 8 - 9 Read Only Memory Verification failed
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Code Description 01 Base-Electronic Search Radio (ESR) with Manual Climate Control (MCC) 07 Electronic Search Radio with Cassette (ESC) with MCC 17 ESC with Electronic Automatic Temperature Control (EATC) 97 Not programmed default of ESC with EATC
  1. Preset Button 3 = ICP and RCU identification. This test identifies the software level of the ICP and RCU. The ICP is tested first, followed by the RCU. The display will have two sequences of three codes each. The first sequence is for the ICP, the second sequence is for the RCU. For code identification, refer to the following table:
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Item Part Number Description 1 - Product variant code 2 - Tape model 3 - CDR


SOFTWARE IDENTIFICATION CODES Product Type Code Description Product Variant Code Description 21 ICP 07
08
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Midline 71 Remote climate control 01 LH drive 52 Compact disc/disc jockey 01
02
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Clarion® 6 disc
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Fuse Panel

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Located inside the passenger compartment, under the drivers-side of the instrument panel.

I really hope help you with this (rated this help) Good luck.

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From LustyKid:

Steve:

Suggest you read th manual on the radio. Some radios you have to push in the on off button until the enter code window appears.

In other words push in to turn radio on and hold it in that position until the code window appears in the screen. Then enter code.

Never heard of disconnecting the battery to clear the code. All that does is tells the radio that an attemp was made to steal it, thus regenerating the lock 10 code. What it does clear is the ECM Module codes. Who was the dumbwit at the dealer that told you that? He needs to be sent back to school.

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Try this site, it looks like they charge you for the code, but if you go into a Ford dealer they may give it to you for free (you may need to provide proof of ownership). Make sure the unit does not display LOCK 10 or LOCK 13, as the unit will probably need to be sent away to be cleared. Most dealers don't have the facilities to do this themselves, although they can provide the codes. The site I've linked for you has quite a good description of how to enter the codes.

Hope this helps,
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