Question about Ford Explorer Sport
There must be something in the headphone conector. try to put a headphone to see if you hear something.
but. why would a radio for car have a headphone sign. it should have an AUX out maybe. what kind of radio is that?
Posted on Jul 30, 2010
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Just found this and it worked! Hope it does for you as well:
There should be a button on the DVD remote control with a headphone symbol on it. Make sure the headphones are turned on(red indicator on earpiece) and push the headphone button on remote. The headphones will only work in the back seats of the vehicle. Once you have audio to the headphones, you should be able to hit the AM/FM button on the radio and listen to the radio while back passengers use the headphones for video.
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