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Hi there, my son gave me his car and the Fusion FCD 135mp3 won't play any CDs or MP3 discs. The screen comes up with ERROR 2. Any help would be appreciated. Kind regards Flowers

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Not all people cd players will play all formats. depends on the laser. Try burning them in wma format and see if that helps.

Posted on Mar 09, 2009

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SOURCE: 2007 ford fusion cd player

  • I have see so much of this problem from these players. When you get so many errors for this CD player/changer the unit is done. Dealers stock these by the hundreds to warranty out. Poor quality and poor quality control.

  • Some people, very few, have had success with removing the radio and removing the connectors for a few minutes and then reconnecting. This may reset the radio and while on occasion this has worked it is a rarity as the problem is due to component defects deep inside the unit.

  • Those that opted to send the radio that were not covered by a warranty often payed $300 - $400usd for the repair. The messed up thing is that despite thousands of these needing replaced they were never recalled and they should have been.

  1. Your choices are to have it replaced under warranty if still under warranty.
  2. Pay the dealership to install a new one for you.
  3. Send the one you have into Ford.
  4. Buy an aftermarket CD player/changer

  • Hope this helps and thank you for using FixYA.

Regards, Tony

Posted on Jul 29, 2011

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