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1997 Ford Explorer Radio will turn on but no sound When i first turn it on it says {Phone} then switches to tuner

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Its either in a bluetooth phone mode, or the deck is bad.

if its bad, remove the deck and throw into nearest trash can.

Posted on Mar 16, 2009

  • unit01 Mar 16, 2009

    alternatively you could unhook the car battery over night and then re-hook in the morning to see if a reset will fix the deck.

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