After dead batter in 2012 fusion no sound on radio or phone

Asked by Mar 18, 2014 at 02:50 PM about the 2012 Ford Fusion SEL

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

After we had a dead batter in our 2012 Ford Fusion there is no sound from radio or phone when connected.  How to fix?

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You need to get the radio code. Look in the owners manuel.It should be there. If not call the dealer. They can look it up for you.

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I had the same problem. jumped the battery and then the radio didn't work, just said "ford fusion" on the display. you need to locate the fuse box down by the brake pedal to the left, very difficult to get at. once you find it remove the plastic cover and then remove the radio fuse (look in your owners manual for the fuse number and location). using a needle nose pliers works the best. once you remove the radio fuse look at it, the small metal wire inside should be broken. replace it with an identical fuse. my fuse box had spare fuse slots with same color and number on them so I just used one of those.

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I've tried everything,even what was suggested by mc2202,but is still not working :(.

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