Ford Radio Repair Questions

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John Merutka, President of Radioman, has been in the audio system repair business since 1975.  He is located in San Diego, California, and specializes in high end automobile sound systems and repair of original equipment factory-installed radio systems.  Click here for a link to a photoalbum of cool installations by Radioman.  His facility is located at 3801 Gaines Street at the entrance of Point Loma from the 8 freeway.  He has 2 children.
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Featured Model:  The Ford F87F-18C868, found in models such as the 99 Explorer, often develops a failure in the digital display.  Requires a trained technician.  You can trust Radioman, with 27 years experience in radio repair. 
Repair will range from as low as $125 for cracks on pins at display (comes with 1 yr warranty) or, more commonly, to $225 for complete modification and upgrade of the radio due to overall internal deterioration.  This repair, if not done correctly, may result in the same problem in 7 months or so.  Radioman offers an exclusive 2 year warranty, covering everything, on the complete upgrade.  

Send it to Radioman and deal with the Source for car radio repairs.
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Click on Picture to enlarge Model #/Part # Common Problems
F1SF-19B132-BA Tape Deck and various audio problems
F1SF-19B165-BA Tape Deck and Volume inoperable
F37F-18C815-AE CD comes on without CD
F6TF-19B131-BA Tape Deck, no volume, display
F6TF-19B132-CA Tape Deck, AM Problems, no volume
F77F-19B131-AA loses power
F87F-18C868-CD Won't turn on, buttons inoperable, display out, CD won't eject, volume inoperable
P2F5LF-19B165-BC Dead
Factory OEM Audio problems, can't turn down
Delco CD Tape Player
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Helpful Links

Radioman Radio Repair Website:  http://www.radiomanrepair.com

Ford Website:  http://www.ford.com

Mercedes Benz Car Radio Repair Information:  http://www.mercedesradiorepair.com

BMW Car Radio Repair Information:  http://www.bmwradiorepair.com

Lexus Car Radio Repair Information:  http://www.lexusradiorepair.com

Porsche Car Radio Repair Information:  http://www.porscheradiorepair.com

Jaguar Car Radio Repair Information:  http://www.jaguarradiorepair.com

Bose Car Radio Repair Information:  http://www.bose-repair.com

Delco Car Radio Repair Information:  http://www.delco-radio-repair.com

Honda Car Radio Repair Information:  http://www.hondaradiorepair.com

VW Car Radio Repair Information:  http://www.vwradiorepair.com

Audi Car Radio Repair Information:  http://www.audiradiorepair.com

Toyota Car Radio Repair Information:  http://www.toyota-radio-repair.com

Nissan Car Radio Repair Information:  http://www.nissan-radio-repair.com

Ford Car Radio Repair Information:  http://www.ford-radio-repair.com

Chrysler Radio Repair Information:  http://www.chrysler-radio-repair.com

Mazda Radio Repair Information:  http://www.mazdaradiorepair.com

Volvo Radio Repair Information:  http://www.volvoradiorepair.com

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