See picture below for the label with the part number on it. If it is not, take it to an electronics repair shop to see if it can be repaired. This puts a sour taste in the mouth for a Ford owner like myself. Battery was brand new when I bought car, however the dealer installed a under powered battery when I bought it causing it to fail after two and a half years. Connections were checked, one was loose.
There is a campaign on this, and it involved adding a new ground. Hasn't happened again Once again the hood ajar light would stay on this is the second time since June. Screens go black and speedometer goes to 0 then reboots. The contact stated that the smart junction box failed to function causing the battery and all of the turn signal functions to fail. Taken to dealership 3 times so far. Replaced blower motor, resistor pack and wire pig tail.
I do not recall using an appliance rated at more than 150W. Replaced seals and recharged system. Due to battery already replaced under warranty once it was not covered a second time. They did give me a loaner. It wasn't a huge issue since I don't have a lot of people in my backseat. The biggest danger in jump starting or charging a battery is actually related to the explosive nature of the hydrogen gas that can leak from a lead-acid battery.
My lights came back after some time, but who knows how long they will last. New part ordered, not installed yet. Small spark is fine when connecting the battery, this just mean that the battery have charge. Sensor was behind firewall and horrible location and access was very hard - bad design. The number of days in the shop was due to the holiday season, techs being out and parts having to be ordered. It was faulty and the navigation stopped working 57258 km The battery died and needed to be replaced 38000 km Drivers side mirror - mirror would continue to ''search'' when you unlock the car with the remote or press one of the Presets for seat and mirror the mirror would go to full extent of range before it settled either facing the sky or the car.
I went to pickup the vehicle had trouble unlocking the door again this time the battery was dead again and needed to be replaced. Dash board had to be taken off. I found websites full of people having similar issues. Service tech found code c1a67 and performed horizontal aim procedure. Does anybody have a cure other than buying an aftermarket radio? This is also happening with my Ford Fusion 2007. Car was driven regularly for 2yrs then I didn't drive it a week and the battery was flat. This will become a problem for Ford.
Many on the forums report this same problem. Eventually, I have to point it away to avoid blinding. Does anybody have a cure other than buying an aftermarket radio? The contact owns a 2006 Ford Fusion. Rear windows did not roll up consistently. Tech attempted to free the belt, but electronics would not allow it. I don't really have any problem seeing them. The failure mileage was approximately 114,000.
Driver's side front window would occasionally bounce back down with one touch up. So, as much as possible use a fuse for safety and protection. We can fix this problem for you. We still have 1988 Ford F-250 over 300,000 miles with a factory cassette radio which did the same thing. Other times I'd start the car and the display is completely dark until I start tapping the screen again.
No reason given but problem fixed by re-set of software I was told. Took 3 days in Feb. I can see my radio again! Took it to the dealer when it was acting up but they couldn't fix it because the problem is not consistent and they couldn't diagnose. I hate losing screws or having extra when I'm done with a job. Worse when cold or wet. Re did test after road test.
Also, the vehicle failed to crank. Cheap part, but have to remove dash to access. Three trips to dealer, still not resolved. Connector was making bad connection, connector was replaced. It is a big 4, so I'm not surprised.
This repair is good for the radio in various Ford vehicles, including the Ford Edge and Fusion 2007. A dealer had not diagnosed the vehicle but an independent mechanic diagnosed that the smart junction box needed to be replaced. There are a few different reasons for a car radio to stop working after the. Fixed in January by pulling then reinserting a fuse to reset system. Seems to be working normally now.