The display light of my clock and radio has disappeared. Does anyone have any suggestions on how to remedy?
The display light on the clock and radio of my 2005 SportsTrac has stopped functioning. I can't tell the time or set any radio stations. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I've heard everything from having to replace the entire unit to replacing a fuse.
on that model its internal,try unplugging radio unit and plugging it back in,if that doesnt work you will need to replace unit,that display bulb is not serviceble,hope this helps
At night when you turn on the marker light do you get a glow in the display?
There should be a small wheel that you can turn with your thumb on the left of the steering wheel, that will turn your interior lights on/off and also dim or completely turn off your dash and radio lights. Try turning this wheel, this might be your problem.
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I have a 06 explorer EDDIE Bauer v6 4.o what's the deal with my clock and radio completely went dark, fuse or bulb
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