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My 96' ford tape player is malfunctioning... it worked for a while, i bought a tape to hook up my ipod to play through my car and it worked... but all of a sudden a month or so later it wont even get through a whole song and the tape will switch sides from 1 to 2 and then say TDE 1. idk why, i even bought a tape to clean the cassette player but it didnt help any.... dont know what to do.

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Sounds like a poor "connection" between the cassette head and the head in the adaptor.

This could be caused by either head being dirty, or the tape head may be mis-alligned.

You can clean the heads with a proprietary head cleaning fluid.

Check with a standard tape.

Also, if your head unit supports it, switch the auto-reverse control. Some adaptors have dual heads for auto-revers decks, and some only have a single head.

Posted on May 08, 2008

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the tape is very tight
get a pen and try to loosen up the tape
100 % is the tape not the radio

Posted on May 16, 2008

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Check the 10 amp fuse for Battery Saver under the dash next to the brake pedal on the left. Just replaced mine and it took care of it. That's only if all 4 windows won't work.

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