my radio blanked out

Asked by Jan 05, 2016 at 05:16 AM about the 2008 Ford Fusion SE V6

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

MY BATTERY WENT DEAD, I JUMPED IT OFF BUT NOW
MY RADIO DOESN'T HAVE A DISPLAY NOR
SOUND...WHAT DO I HAVE TO DO??

1 Answer

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Check your fuses. Under your drivers seat should be a cover remove it a d on the back of the cover should be a diagram of the fuse box and what each fuse protects. There should be a fuse marked radio. Pull out the fuse and replace it with a fuse with the same rating ( if it says 10 then use only a ten. It should have a number on the top of the fuse when you pull it out 5/10/15/20/or 25). Turn your key on if your radio still doesn't come on the there is another fuse under the hood near the windshield in a big black box. You remove the cover and on the u derside of the cover should be a diagram of where the radio fuse is. If not the owners manual will. Replace the same as the other. Good luck!

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