[This followup was posted to alt.autos.ford and a copy was sent to the
Due to the rather weird split-up radio system, there may be several.
Remember that the main radio is in the trunk. The integrated control
panel (the display, buttons, and cassette player) is just a control
panel that communicates with the radio (Rear Control Unit.) Most of the
fuses that appear to be used are shared by many other components. If
everything else works, it may be the radio itself, or some other
connection related to it.
Fuses 11 (15A), 16 (15A), and 27 (10A) in the passenger compartment fuse
panel appears to supply power to various aspects of the integrated
The Rear Control Unit appars to get power through fuse 17 (20A) in the
battery junction box (located under the hood.) This is the only fuse
that appears to be unique to the radio/cd changer/cell phone adapter.
Do you have the owners manual? That should list the fuses and their
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