Why does my 2005 Ford Mustang radio have the word phone on the display?

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Asked by Oct 19, 2014 at 11:03 AM about the 2005 Ford Mustang V6 Deluxe Convertible

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

This is a factory installed AM/FM/CD player with no place to plug in any sort of optional
jack

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It is bluetooth capable,meaning you can blue tooth sync your cell phone to it,and talk and listen threw the radio.

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How do I turn it off? I think it is draining my battery. I can't even pull up a menu on the radio. I have already replaced the battery but 3 days later it is dead.

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The radio should cut off when ignition switch is turned off,if not it is not installed correctly,or it is a bad radio,have it checked,but until you do,remove radio fuse,to keep it from eating the battery.

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Thank you so much. I thought it turned off also when I turned off the car. But it's the only thing that has changed. It seems to take about 3 days for the battery to die since this thing started. Now I just have to find the fuse LOL

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