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2010 Mustang - Radio just stopped working. The display only says "Mustang" with temperature reading. It should display time, channel, etc...No controls operate. Worked fine...turned car off..15 minutes later turned on and radio dead. Dealer says radio has no lock function and they are unaware of this problem.

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Try disconnecting power to the radio for a few minutes and see if it resets itself. if you can't get to the back of the radio, disconnect the battery.

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