I got my truck back after a tune up and now the radio doesn't work properly. The features all still work, but it is like the antena is unhooked. I get no AM stations at all and only the close FM stations come in clearly. The scan feature work but again only picks up the strongest stations. The casset and CD player are unaffected. Could this be a blown fuse?
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I think your radio is much like the one in a Taurus, and mine has had hiccups like that before. First locate the actual radio which is in the back somewhere behind a cover. Unplug it and wait a few minutes to be sure it is reset. Plug it back in and it should work fine again. This may also fix your navigation system, if it doesn't find the 'brain' of the navigation thing and unplug, wait a few minutes, then plug it back in.
does radio allow you to tune to stations number ?
if it does but it won't stay there for more than 30 seconds radio is telling you that station is not sending a strong enough signal out for radio to properly recieve it ,also ck roof antenna for damage automatic car washes kill these all the time
won't allow you to tune it there no way, then radio is in parental control mode obtain code and reinstate station permission read owners manual for this feature
Some radios have a fuse inside them also. I've found car radio's in general to be not so very good. I'd not pitch it out until you can find someone reliable to test it. Watch out though, some folks have a "vested interest". That means they want to sell you a new one. Be blessed.