electrical/fuses

Asked by Jul 15, 2016 at 01:02 PM about the 2006 Ford F-150 XLT Styleside 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I just replaced my driver side window switch and
the radio stopped working. I checked the fuse and
it's good, what could it be?

4 Answers

250

Just a thought: The radio might be fine. Perhaps you accidentally disconnected the wiring to the speaker in the door? Does the radio have power but no sound is coming out? Or is the radio completely without power?

radio has power, the only thing that works is when I push the menu button on the radio just the time shows up, nothing else works

250

Did you disconnect the car's battery when you replaced the window switch? If so, the car radio might have anti-theft built in, meaning you need to enter a code to get it working again. Dealerships provide codes when people first buy the car. It can usually be found somewhere with your owner's manual documentation. If you cannot find it, check with your local dealer and be prepared to show them proof of ownership of the car (registration) and your identification. They should provide you with the code to get it working again.

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I did disconnect the battery. thanks for the help man, I appreciate it.

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