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Have 2005 Ford Freestar car with CD Cassette AM/FM radio, was playing CD, when tape eject went on. Can't play CD or can't put in tape. Purchase same new complete radio system, installed it and not 2 hours later, new one, does the same thing but now can't get CD out and it reads tape eject. Spent $200.00 for new player and paid a friend to install it for me. What can I do?? I'm so upset !! The radio system sent is a Freestar Monterey 2004 + CD Cassette radio 6F2T-18C868-DB. Is it a fuse, perhaps?? Toni Domenick

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the tape is very tight
get a pen and try to loosen up the tape
100 % is the tape not the radio

Posted on May 16, 2008

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read my other solution on the other one you posted. yes, the fuse is more-than-likely blown. but also you wired it completely wrong. look on my other solution on the other one you posted, it has the correct wiring diagram. there are 2 wires on the wiring diagram i posted that have the lights. one red is the int.light, and the other one is the turn signal wiring.

Posted on Aug 23, 2008

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yes i agree it sounds like it is overheating. Just pull back the carpet in the trunk on the left hand side. Check all the connections make sure its got a good ground etc.
This unit is where all the power etc comes from for the headunit and speakers.

Posted on Nov 28, 2008

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Hi well if you are english, go to a shop called halfords. All you need to do is purchase a new one.Because generally, audio players with radio, Cd, and tape cassette aren't veery reliable.
In pounds it would be around 100, but in dollars it would be about 200. If youre american, go to www.halfords.co.uk and go to orders tab. Type in: "Sony 134 SL". Purchse it if you want to. They accept american credit cards/debit cards. Also if you pay an extra $20 or so dollars, you can have it delivered to america

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SOURCE: Need Schematic for Fuse Box in 2001 Ford Windstar Minivan

FUSES# 6,18 & 25 ARE FOR THE RADIO.THEY ARE IN THE UNDERHOOD JUNCTION BOX

Posted on May 05, 2009

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