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post #1 of 4 Old 11-24-2013, 06:52 AM Thread Starter
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Radio power issue...

First off I have a 2004 f250 SC. I was messing around trying to add the auxiliary adapter to plug my phone into, to play from the radio, and I have a little issue. Everything worked fine when I had the radio pulled out of the dash. So I put everything back together and no radio power. I'm not getting power at the light green and purple wire which is the 12 volt switched. I'm getting 12 volts constant at the pink wire. All my grounds are good and if I jump the 12 volt switched to the constant the radio turns on, but as soon as I turn the key off and on my radio goes thru all the cds and resets. I am at a total loss woth this and I worked on it till 3 am this morning. is theres an inline fuse somewhere or what controls the 12 volt switched power. Could I just grab another switched source somewhere. I have no blown fuses anywhere. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.
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do you know where your fuse is for the radio ? https://owner.ford.com/servlet/Conte...OwnerGuidePage

i would pull that fuses
and check or swap to be sure fuses can look good and even pass a continuity test and be bad

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I will definitely try that when I get home . I'm ready to pull my hair out lol
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Zmann Thank you for your suggestion on checking the fuses. I had already checked them but I went back and checked them again and found the blown one.
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