A damaged or defective fuse might lead your car radio display not to work. This particular fuse sits right between the display unit and the power line. If you installed a newer stereo system by replacing the stock one, there might be an issue where the aftermarket stereo won’t turn on due to a defective fuse.
Where is the radio fuse located on a 2007 Ford Explorer?
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How do you fix a black screen on a Ford Explorer?
Your SYNC 3 system may exhibit a blank or black screen.
Perform a soft reset.
- Select Radio.
- Hold the Power button (center of the volume knob) + the Right-Seek button at the same time for approximately five seconds.
- The display will indicate when the module is resetting. You may then release the buttons.
How do you know if a radio fuse is blown?
Look at the fuse wire. If there is a visible gap in the wire or a dark or metallic smear inside the glass then the fuse is blown and needs to be replaced.