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Old 01-22-2012, 02:52 AM
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I have a 2005 Expedition Eddie Bauer in dash audiophile 6 cd/ fm/am radio. About a month ago my cd player started reading disc error, I removed and checked the fuses, after I put them back in the cd player read no cd and the radio worked fine at the time.

Today I had to replace the original battery and now my radio has no sound, it will come and the clock I can see the volume bars when I turn up the volume, but no sound. I did notice that the radio clock and light went dark and came back on twice. any suggestions?

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If an aftermarket unit will fit in the dash, you might consider getting a unit with SD card capability and dump the disks. No moving parts, far more storage capacity, no lasers, and you can step up the capabilities of the unit to include a backup cam. It's just a thought.

It sounds like your unit may be done, but you might have a loose ground or the connector in back of the unit needs to be unplugged and re-inserted (if you're lucky).
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This thread may help you out (if it's the same head unit):

http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/11...air-fixed.html
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I have a 2005 Expedition Eddie Bauer in dash audiophile 6 cd/ fm/am radio. About a month ago my cd player started reading disc error, I removed and checked the fuses, after I put them back in the cd player read no cd and the radio worked fine at the time.

Today I had to replace the original battery and now my radio has no sound, it will come and the clock I can see the volume bars when I turn up the volume, but no sound. I did notice that the radio clock and light went dark and came back on twice. any suggestions?

Thanks
Thanks for your replys. I found out when I installed my new battery the computer for the radio had to be reset. What I did was disconnect the negative battery cable for 10 minutes and reconnected it and the computer reset and the radio is working fine except for the problem I had for the cd player before the battery change.
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