When I installed this player into my 1987 ford bronco and powered it up the display said <<>> and then I got nothing.....not even speaker sound. What, if anything,did I do wrong......the fuse is good but it is a 20A and not a 15A would that make a difference?
Possibly, But unlikely in my expierence. try taking the Radio, Twist the Red and Yellow wires on the harness together and ground the balck wire and touch the Combined Red and yellow agains the Positive battery terminal, This should power the unit on and let you know if it is functional. If that works then you can look at the wiring in the bronco to ensure you have the constand power, and the Accessory power working Correctly. I would try to replace the fuse with the correct amp. fuse first though.
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This has several possiblilitys, it could be the switch in the dash has gone out even if it does not work with the key in the tailgate. other possible item could be the window motor or a sensor that detects if the gate is up or down. check motor wires for power when the switch is activated by pulling off the panel on the tailgate, if it is getting power i would suggest replacing the motor. if not you may have to trace wires to the drivers side of the tail gate and find the sensor.i had to by pass mine a while ago. makes it much easier to clean the glass on the inside cause the window will roll up with the gate down.
check the wires to the module,im not too sure what color wire to check,its been 5 years since i worked on that issue on a ford truck,but i think its a white wire with a black stripe-basically power from the key-also check the fusible links by the starter solenoid on the inside fender
First thing to check out will be the fuel pump relay under the hood. It is the one who drives the pump, so if it is defective the pump will not work either to prime the engine, or to make it run. Secondly, you need to check if the fuel filters are OK cause sometimes they clog up and prevent enough fuel from reaching the engine. Thirdly, check the injector(s) for cloging, and clean or replace them as needed. If none of this helps, then the problem probably has nothing to do with fuel delivery, and the next step to check will be the whole ignition system, which is also one of the most comon bronco problems.