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How do you tune the radio in ford explorer xlt 1998?

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2006-03-31 17:52:02
2006-03-31 17:52:02

Its all push button and there are no internal adjustments. If the radio or the buttons aren't working right, there is a problem that will have to be serviced by a technician.

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