2010 ford focus radio

Asked by mdb98 Apr 24, 2019 at 08:04 PM about the 2010 Ford Focus SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

one of my family members jumped a hill in my ford
focus & my car radio quit working. it only shows
temp & ford focus on the menu screen. any
suggestions as to how to fix it?? fuses are good.

1 Answer

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mdb98, -Battery: I would disconnect the battery for a minute then reconnect, making sure the terminals are clean and cables are on tight. A weak battery can also cause malfunctions. A place like Auto Zone can check the condition of your battery and alternator for free. -Fuses: Are you sure you checked all fuses? They can be under-hood and in the dash as well. Also, fuses don't have to be blown to be bad, they can be loose or dirty. Check for dirt or moisture in the plastic area, replace if dirty or wet. If the metal prongs are dirty they can be cleaned with a pencil eraser. Make sure all fuses are fully inserted. -Wiring: If things still aren't working, then maybe a wire was knocked loose from a wiring harness. Checking something like that would require opening the dash and/or pulling out the radio and/or screen. Remember to start with the simple solution (battery) and work your way to more complex.

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