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98 CD Player Problems

Discussion in 'Explorer Audio & Navigation' started by smoothpicker, January 12, 2005.

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    1. smoothpicker

      smoothpicker New Member

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      I have a F87F-18C815-CA radio in my '98 Explorer Sport. Lately the left front spkr gets real quiet. If I roll all output to that speaker and crank it up it works as expected, for a while then fades out again. Is this radio a had + amp setup? According to the FAQ, it is supposed to be integrated. Calling the local dealer repair shop, he indicated it was a leftover from '97 and has a separate amp, located behind the right rear trim panel.

      Does anyone here know if it's integrated or head + amp? If you also have an idea of what the problem may be, pls also respond. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated!!!!

      Thanks!

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    3. cobrajeff

      cobrajeff Elite Explorer

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      F87F-18C815-CA does use an external amp. This radio was used only part of the year in 1998.

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