You must have a cell phone accessory feature on your radio, and it sounds like there is a problem with it. Looks like you need to visit your local Ford dealer because something is not right.
AnswerI would suggest pulling the fuse, or popping the radio out and unplugging it for say maybe 15 minutes - the idea being to reset the electronics. Kinda like "re-booting" it.
probably anti theft - need code to reset
It will delete the pre-programmed radio stations.
Insert the correct code in the radio by way of the preset buttons.
If the word LOC appears in the display take it to your GM dealer, they can reset it usually free of charge.
It is a complicated process to reset the radio in your Hyundai Sonata after changing the car battery. First you must have the access key. Enter the access key at the prompt and follow the instructions that will be shown on your radio screen.
No. The only thing would be the clock and radio.
get code from dealer
You probably need a code to enter into the radio presets as it is a security radio. Without the code it will not function.
Radio presets and the clock.
If you disconnect the battery (or the battery is very low and a relay will automatically disconnect the battery) you need to input the code for the radio. Maybe you battery is too old or too discharged.
Check your fuse panel for a blown radio fuse.
No, they should still work.
Electrochemical (Radio's battery) ---> Electrical (Power to the radio) + Heat (Waste Byproduct) + Sound + Light (LED's / Radio display)
you will have to pull your radio out of the dash to be able to look at the model number and/or serial number of your radio. Call a local Pontiac dealer and they can give you a code to enter when you turn your radio on after changing your battery.
If the radio is standard it will reqire a pin code if you dont have it a jeep dealer will be able to give it to you at a cost.
How can I have a radio code for my car E200 (Year 2000)? I need it after changing the car battery!
The only thing you will have to reset is the clock and the radio presets.
Nothing to reset except the radio presets and the clock.
There is nothing to reset except the radio presets and the clock.
There is nothing to reset except the radio presets and the clock unless it has an antitheft radio. In that case you must insert the code for the radio.
check your fusees first, if it is an after market radio check your connections also check battery connections
Go to the parts store and get usually a 9 volt adapter that plugs into the cigarette lighter and keeps voltage to the radio while battery is replaced.
There is nothing to reset except the radio station presets and possibly radio code if the radio has a theft deterrent feature. Nothing else for you to do.
There is nothing to reprogram except the radio presets and the clock.