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Old 12-10-2009, 01:33 PM
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Radio display not working, 2000 Explorer

Hi gang,
I'm over from the 48-60 forum. My daughters 2000 explorer, eddie bauer, has a failing radio display. Now of the lights work but the radio plays and functions. n I was wondering if there is a known problem, such as a fix like in the blanked out odometo display.

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Common problem with the power supply board. Read this:
Radio / Clock display problem 1998 and up Explorers ( blank / fade / blanks / fades ) - Ford Explorer Ranger Enthusiasts "Serious Explorations"®
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Scucci,

Thanks for the post on the explorer radio. I think I will yank it out and send it to the expert,

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Hi gang,
I'm over from the 48-60 forum. My daughters 2000 explorer, eddie bauer, has a failing radio display. Now of the lights work but the radio plays and functions. n I was wondering if there is a known problem, such as a fix like in the blanked out odometo display.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks. Jim G 1098
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