From a Ford mechanics veiw this is a normal problem. I would recomend to replace it with an aftermarket unless you have factory acc. running off of it such as steering wheel remotes. if you do the your local ford dealer can replace or send yours off to be repaired. an average repaired unit is around $250 and an average replacement is around $450. Which is why i recomend an aftermarket. Hope this helps
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Most of the autoradio bluetooh is working with the emulation of the phone. Then you will have to make the research of the peripheral of the autoradio, normaly it should appear on the screen of your phone.
Sometimes, with products you have to activate the bluetooth to be pair.
Into the settings, you should normaly find the it.
But precise the product you have to be able to sort it out.
I have the same radio, the Pioneer DEH-10MP, bought at BestBuy. Anyway, the instruction manual is completely wrong, as you already know. The solution that worked for me is:
1) turn off the radio. 2) Push and hold the power button down (the dial). DON'T release the button. 3) The unit will display the time on the lcd screen with the numbers flashing, (only hr or min). 4) use the up/dwn, right/left buttons to set the clock. 5) turn off the unit by pushing the power button (again, the dial).