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Re: Fuse for the radio on a 2001 Ford Taurus
Do you have a owners manual? this will show the location and the purpose of each fuse and relay. the radio fuse should be red in color and be located in the fuse panel on the drivers side it is a 15 amp and is red in color... hope this helps you...please rate this thanks
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ford windstar radio fuse number and location.1996-1998: fuse #13 1999-2003: fuse #25 Note: other fuses protect the lighting controls, and possibly the rear radio control (#6 in 1999+).There are 2 fuse boxes / fuse panels in nearly every Ford product: one directly above the driver's left foot (when the driver is actually sitting in the driver's seat). The other is inside the engine compartment, on the right side - contains high current fuses. check in both sections for any blown fuse.This will help. Thanks please keep updated. please do rate the solution positively
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The fuse panel is located under the drivers side dash, the inside of the cover identifies the fuses in the panel. There are also some fuses in the power distribution box under the hood next to the battery.
does the radio have cd changer controlls? if so you may find the wires in the trunk if not you will have to buy a harness from ford and make sure the cd changer will work with the stock radio. Call the local ford dealer parts dep but make sure you have the vin number from the car with that they can look up the car and tell you what options where installed from the factory and can order the correct cable
Does your car have an automatic raising and lowering antenna? If it does check your fuses for it. If not pull your radio out of the dash, and check to make sure that the antenna wire has not become lose or unplugged from the back.
the radio that you see in the dash is your only radio!!! behind the radio is a antenna plugged into your radio(or not) if not then its going to be the biggest (most likely) black wire and you can probably figure out where it goes. theres only one spot for it to go!
You might try testing the power that leads into the insturment panel. You can remove the hole radio assembly by bending a wire coat hanger enough to get it into the two holes on the sides. When you pull it out, you will have depressed a couple of clips. The power switch is connected to the left side in the back of the unit. Hope this helps.