Little surprised that I used that much. Note that the number of problems reported for the 2010 F-150 is 871 while the average number of problems reported for the 24 model years of the Ford F-150 is 967. Several times now, when starting up our 2016 Platinum Explorer with sync 2, the radio doesn't work. The following chart shows the number of problems reported during each of the service years since the debut of the 2010 Ford F-150 in 2010. Couldn't get that screw out. Any other suggestions before I take it in? After reading some of the posts about what some of you experienced on here yesterday, I decided to just disconnect all the positive leads to the battery terminal for a few minutes and then reconnect them.
But shutting it off for 5 seconds does not. No returns without prior authorization from the Supplier see Contact Us page. For instance, the up volume will change stations, the down volume will turn the volume up ect. The one on the right will not since there is one screw you cant get too. We also can't make the radio go to full screen, however the other 3 screens work fine. For more information, refer to this page:. I was at least able to do it without breaking anything.
. However it flex enough to pull the head unit out. This keeps my radio on until I open the door. The more local you shop, the more you save off the shipping cost. Please provide me the details, along with your model year and if your truck is equipped with a touchscreen. I was at least able to do it without breaking anything. Found it annoying that Ford used that manny different Nut sizes.
Steering wheel, manual control or voice control, or from anywhere? If I remember and hit the volume down first. The dealers also have support to help them with concerns they may have trouble diagnosing. Steering wheel, manual control or voice control, or from anywhere? To run the wire from the door to the cabin, I found a flexible piece of plastic did wonders. Please provide me the details, along with your model year and if your truck is equipped with a touchscreen. Mine is having issues from manual control, and I can change the station on steering control, but cant turn down volume. To run the wire from the door to the cabin, I found a flexible piece of plastic did wonders.
The original auto part must be returned using the provided shipping label. If it does fail, you can replace it with a factory re-manufactured unit or you can buy an aftermarket radio unit from a variety of aftermarket suppliers. The one on the right will not since there is one screw you cant get too. We have not tried any of the resets that can be done by holding down certain buttons on the radio because I just learned of them tonight. On the F150 forum, people have tried to do some resets, but that didn't work. It won't change from where? I now have 2 of these in my fuse box. After taking out the passeger seat to run the wires, there was 1 more plastic screw holding the carpet down.
Crutchfield recommended 14 gague wire. The shipping cost for both the original and the replacement auto part is a cost attributed to the shipper at hand. Take that for what its worth. Mine is haveing issues from the steering wheel controls. I also found that the screw behind sync is impossible to get too unless you take both pieces out together. Replacements: It is company policy that we receive the original auto part back before sending you a replacement auto part.
Claims on engine warranties are limited to manufacturer defects in the pistons, heads, block, crankshafts, rockers, and oil pumps. Really disapointed that the back seat of supercab doesn't fold down. Auto dimming rear view mirror,Door lock switch illumination,Radio accessory delay. Steering wheel, manual control or voice control, or from anywhere? We're not trained mechanics, so our troubleshooting is limited to software concerns. The radio in your Ford should give you years of trouble-free performance. If you find a better source post it.
The one on the left will come out. Just curious what kind of phone do you have? It was just turning in place and i didn't want to just cut it out Now. Not a big deal since the kick pannel covers it up. We haven't had time to take it to the dealership and since it doesn't happen on a regular basis, the chances of them being able to recreate the problem are probably pretty slim. Mine is having issues from manual control, and I can change the station on steering control, but cant turn down volume. Do you know which software version you're running? Not a big deal since the kick pannel covers it up.