Question about 2002 Lincoln Navigator
This could be your CD player itself, or the power getting to it. If you have installed the player after-market, then there is a possibility that the power cord has come unplugged, or a wire splice on the wiring harness has disconnected ... check the player itself, and the wiring harness that it attaches to. There is also a small fuse on the CD player itself (usually on the back of the player near the power cord)... if this has blown out, replacing it should fix the problem. If it is plugged in, and the fuses are fine on the car's fuse box and on the CD player itself, the you might have a short in the wiring between the fuse box and the player's wiring harness. If this is the case, you can run a bypass to the CD player's power, or you can take it to a professional to have the problem diagnosed. If you are not experienced with installing car audio components, I recommend the professional assistance -- with the car in front of them, they can run more tests and tell you if it is the CD player or something else.
Posted on May 26, 2011
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