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My wife has a 2002 For dFocus SE. The battery died and now whne we turn the car on there is the followign messgae on her CD player E.E. It is not asking for a code etc...just this. I took out the CD player pulled all teh plugs and put it back in and still the same problem...is her unit shot?

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Hello,

I would advice you reset the CD player, all it needs is just for you to reset it, follow this procedure to reset your CD player,

Remove the front panel of the car CD player > Press the Reset button you will find after removing the player panel > press the button once using some thing stick > reinstall the panel. This should fix the problem.

Take care.

Posted on Jul 18, 2010

  • hrneufeld Jul 18, 2010

    How do i remove the panel? it is the stock CD/Radio player in a 2002 ford focus se.

  • Jimoh Adeleke Muyideen Jul 18, 2010

    Hello,

    If you can not locate the panel, there is another way to reset your CD player, open the hood on your Ford, locate and disconnect the negative battery cable from the negative
    terminal on the battery with the battery wrench. Wait until the following morning and reconnect the negative battery
    cable in reverse of how you removed it. Close the hood when done.
    Insert the ignition key and turn it to the run position. Watch your CD player to see if it reset. If it did not, take the Ford to your local
    Ford service department or automotive stereo repair shop to have the CD player repaired or replaced, depending on the extent of the damage.

    Take care.






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