Question about Ford Car Audio & Video
Check the fuse in the back of it, check the fuses in your car, check that both the power leads are connected to the correct power source as there are two, switched and permanent 12v power from your car, check the earth wire is connected securely to a good grounded source that goes to your chassis, If the face of the stereo is removable make sure the connections on it's back are clean and free of fluff/dirt etc and properly in place, Check that the wiring harness is properly clipped into the back of the stereo, double check all your wiring connections, check your car battery has power.
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Posted on Nov 15, 2010
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