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DVD player in Ford Freestar quit working with a DVD inside. It's like there is no power - nothing happens when you push the AUX button on the dash or when you push the eject button on the player itself. It's just dead. HELP!

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Have you checked the fuse to see if it is good. you may just need to replace it. If you look in the owners manual it will show you where to find it.

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  • Fordbroke Feb 16, 2010

    Have you checked the fuse to see if it is good. you may just need to replace it. If you look in the owners manual it will show you where to find it.

  • jentheclo Jul 29, 2011

    I also have a ford freestar van with dvd player in it. It has apparently just quit working with a dvd inside as well. There is nothing in my manual about the system being in the van at all! How would I know which fuse it would be if I looked at the fuses? Woudl it be labeled auxilary or something like that? thank you !

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