Question about 2001 Ford Taurus
This does seem to be different problems, but could be related to the radio install if you belive it.........i can understand if they installed into the one unit and they have tapped into the existing wiring, instead of running extra wires for power, earth and illumination.........
The problem with this piggyback typ installation is normally a hit and miss type situation....the wiring in cars especially after 1999-2000 was reduced in diameter and only able to cope with the current demands that was suited to that circuit. These days, you cannot install an extra device or radio/cd/gps/dvd etc without running extra wires independant of the current systems.......
I would suggest taking it back to the installer and indicating the faults that you are experiencing, and if they refuse to take blame or even investigate it.......find an installer who is willing to pull it apart and diagnose it for you......
Obviously be mindful that in the rare cases (and I mean rare) that it could be a coincedence but I highly doubt it
Posted on Aug 31, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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