Question about Car Audio & Video
The radio station and clock display LED on my OEM Mercury radio is burned out. The vehicle is a 2000 Mercury Mountaineer. I understand that this is a chronic problem for this vintage Ford radio. The dealer wants $125 for the replacement. I am a mechanical engineer and have taken several electrical engineering courses as well as having been raised in our family repair shop. Can I make the repair, is there a STEP-BY-STEP available or should I seek out a local electronics repair guy?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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