Table of contents
Table of contents
Audio systems
2
Controls and features
6
Display
16
Care and cleaning
17
Radio frequency information
19
Warranties and service
20
Index
21
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Audio systems
Stereo radio
AM
H
FM 12
AMC
ST
BL
RF
M
FM
BASS
TREB
VOL
PUSH-ON
SEEK
BAL
SCAN
TUNE
FADE
3
2
1
4
6
5
Stereo radio with cassette
AM
FM 12
AMC
ST
BL
RF
H
M
FM
BASS
TREB
VOL
PUSH-ON
EJECT
SEEK
DOLBY B NR
REW
FF
BAL
SCAN
TUNE
SIDE 1-2
1
2
2
3
4
5
6
TAPE
FADE
Audio systems
Stereo cassette with CD-DJ
AM
FM 12
AMC
ST
BL
RF
H
M
FM
BASS
TREB
VOL
PUSH-ON
EJECT
SEEK
DOLBY B NR
TAPE
CD
BAL
SCAN
TUNE
DISC 1-6
SHUFFLE
1
COMP
2
3
SIDe 1-2
4
REW
5
FF
FADE
6
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Audio systems
Audio System
Name
Stereo Radio
Stereo Radio with Casette
Stereo Radio with CD-DJ
Audio System Feature
Volume/ Power
Control
✔
✔
✔
AM/FM
Select
✔
✔
✔
Tune Adjust
✔
✔
✔
SEEK
Seek Function
✔
✔
✔
SCAN
Scan Function
✔
✔
✔
Radio Station
Memory Preset
✔
✔
✔
BASS
Bass Adjust
✔
✔
✔
TREB
Trebel Adjust
✔
✔
✔
BAL
Speaker
Balance
Adjust
✔
✔
✔
TREB
Speaker
Fade Adjust
✔
✔
✔
AM
FM
TUNE
1
4
2
TUNE
DISC 1-6
OR
4
3
5
6
Audio systems
Audio System
Stereo Radio with CD-DJ
Tape Play
Select
✔
✔
CD Play
Select
✔
✔
Rewind
Function
✔
✔
Fast Forward
Function
✔
✔
Tape Direction
Select
✔
✔
Tape Eject
✔
✔
Dolby Noise
Reduction
✔
✔
Name
TAPE
TAPE
CD
REW
REW
5
FF
FF
6
SIDE 1-2
SIDE 1-2
6
4
EJECT
5
Compression
Adjust
COMP
2
SHUFFLE
✔
Shuffle Feature
1
H
Stereo Radio
Stereo Radio with Casette
Audio System Feature
M
Clock
✔
✔
✔
✔
5
Controls and features
USING YOUR AUDIO SYSTEM
Volume/power control
Press the control to
turn the audio system
on or off.
VOL
PUSH-ON
Turn control to raise or
lower the volume.
VOL
PUSH-ON
If the volume is set above a certain level and the
ignition is turned off, the volume will always come
back to “nominal” listening level when the ignition is
turned back on. However, if the radio power is
turned off with the “VOL PUSH ON” button, the
volume will not change and will remain at the level
set when the radio is turned back on.
AM/FM select
The AM/FM select
control works in radio,
tape and CD modes (if
equipped).
AM
FM
VOL
PUSH-ON
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Controls and features
AM/FM select in radio mode
This control allows you
to select AM or FM
frequency bands. Press
the control to switch
between AM, FM1 or
FM2 memory preset
stations.
AM
FM
VOL
PUSH-ON
AM/FM select in tape mode
Press this control to stop tape play and begin radio
play.
AM/FM select in CD mode
Press this control to stop CD play and begin radio
play.
You can switch from CD play to tape play be simply
inserting a tape into the cassette deck.
Tune adjust
The tune button works
in radio or CD mode (if
equipped).
TUNE
Tune adjust in radio mode
to
• Press the
TUNE
move to the next
frequency down the
band (whether or
not a listenable station is located there). Hold the
control to move through the frequencies quickly.
• Press the right side of the control to move to the
next frequency up the band (whether or not a
listenable station is located there). Hold for quick
movement.
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Controls and features
Tune adjust for CD mode
to
• Press the
TUNE
DISC 1-6
select the previous
disc in the CD
changer. (Play will
begin on the first track of the disc unless the CD
changer is in shuffle mode. Refer to Shuffle
feature for more information. Hold the control to
continue reversing through the disc.
to select the next disc in the CD
• Press
changer. Hold the control to fast-forward through
the remaining discs.
Seek function
The seek function control works in radio, tape or CD
mode (if equipped).
Seek function in radio mode
to find the
• Press
next listenable
station down the
frequency band.
SEEK
• Press
to find the next listenable station up the
frequency band.
Seek function in tape mode
to listen to the previous selection on the
• Press
tape.
• Press
to listen to the next selection on the
tape.
Seek function in CD mode
to seek forward to the next track of the
Press
current disc. After the last track has been
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Controls and features
completed, the CD player automatically wraps back
to the first track of the current disc.
Press
to seek in reverse to the previous track of
the current disc. if a selection has been playing for
three seconds or more and you press
, the CD
Changer will replay that selection from the
beginning.
Scan function
The scan function
works in radio, tape or
CD mode (if
equipped).
SCAN
Scan function in radio mode
Press the SCAN control to hear a brief sampling of
all listenable station on the frequency band. Press
the control again to stop the scan mode.
Scan function in tape mode
Press the SCAN control to hear a short sampling of
all selections on the tape. (The tape scans in a
forward direction. At the end of the tape’s first side,
direction automatically reverses to the opposite side
of the tape.) To stop on a particular selection, press
the control again.
Scan function in CD mode
Press the SCAN control to hear a short sampling of
all selections on the current CD. (The CD scans in a
forward direction, wrapping back to the first track at
the end of the CD.) To stop on a particular
selection, press the control again.
Radio station memory preset
The radio is equipped with six station memory
preset controls. These controls can be used to select
up to six preset AM stations and twelve FM stations
(six in FM1 and six in FM2).
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Controls and features
Bass adjust
The bass adjust control
allows you to increase
or decrease the audio
system’s bass output.
BASS
TREB
BAL
FADE
Treble adjust
The treble adjust
control allows you to
increase or decrease
the audio system’s
treble output.
BASS
TREB
BAL
FADE
Speaker balance adjust
Speaker sound
distribution can be
adjusted between the
right and left speakers.
BASS
TREB
BAL
FADE
Speaker fade adjust
Speaker sound
distribution can be
adjusted between the
front and rear
speakers.
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BASS
TREB
BAL
FADE
Controls and features
Tape play select
Press the TAPE control
to begin tape play
(with a tape loaded in
the audio system while
in radio or CD mode [if equipped]).
Pressing the control during rewinding and
fast-forwarding stops the rewind or fast-forward
function.
TAPE
TAPE
CD play select
Press the CD control to begin CD play (if CDs are
loaded in the CD changer). The first track of the
first disc will begin playing if the magazine has just
been installed. After that CD play will begin where it
was stopped last.
Rewind
The rewind control
(REW) works in tape
and CD modes (if
equipped).
REW
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REW
Rewind function in tape mode
After pressing REW, the radio plays until rewind is
stopped (with the tape control) or the beginning of
the tape is reached.
Rewind function in CD mode
Pressing the REW control for less than three
seconds results in slow rewind. Pressing the REW
control more than three seconds results in fast
rewind.
Fast forward function
The fast forward control (FF) works in tape and CD
modes (if equipped).
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Controls and features
Fast forward in tape mode
After pressing FF, the radio plays until the fast
forward function is stopped (with the tape play
select control or the fast forward control) or the end
of the tape is reached.
At the end of the first side of the tape, direction
automatically reverses and the opposite side of the
tape plays.
Fast forward function in the CD mode
Pressing FF for less than three seconds results in
slow forward action.
Pressing FF for more than three seconds results in
fast forward action.
Tape direction select
Press SIDE 1–2 to play
the alternate side of a
tape.
SIDE 1-2
6
SIDE 1-2
4
Tape eject
Press EJECT to stop
and eject a tape.
DolbyT noise reduction
Dolbyt noise reduction
operates only in tape
mode. Dolbyt reduces
the amount of hiss and
static during tape
playback.
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EJ
5
Controls and features
Press the
button to activate (and deactivate)
Dolbyt noise reduction.
The noise reduction system is manufactured under
license from Dolby Laboratories Licensing
Corporation.
Compression adjust (if equipped)
Compression adjust
brings soft and loud CD
2
1
passages together for a
more consistent
listening level.
Press the COMP control to activate and deactivate
compression adjust.
COMP
SHUFFLE
Shuffle feature (if equipped)
The shuffle feature
works while in CD play
2
1
mode and allows you to
listen to randomly
selected tracks on the current CD.
Press the Shuffle control to listen t the tracks on the
current CD in random order.
Random order play continues until the control is
pressed again.
COMP
SHUFFLE
Operating the Shuffle and Scan features
simultaneously
Both the Shuffle and Scan features can be activated
simultaneously. In this mode, the player will
randomly pick a selection and play the first eight
seconds. This process is continued until either the
SCAN or SHUFFLE control is pressed a second time.
Setting the clock
To set the hour, press and hold the hour button.
When the desired hour appears, release the button.
To set the minutes, press and hold the minute
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Controls and features
button. When the desired minute appears, release
the button.
FORD CD changer (if equipped)
The CD changer is located in the left of the trunk
(sedan) or the right of the cargo area (wagon).
Slide the door to
access the CD changer
magazine.
Press
to eject the
magazine.
Make sure that only
one disc is inserted in
each slot. Each disc
must be inserted with
the label surface
upward. You may
insert up to six CDs.
The magazine does no
need to be full for the
changer to operate.
Insert the loaded
magazine into the
changer. Make sure it is
fully inserted. Slide the
access door closed.
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COMPACT
DIGITAL AUDIO
6
5
4
3 6 COMPACT DISC MAGAZINE
2
1
Controls and features
Radio power must be turned on to play the CDs in
the changer. The magazine may be stored in the
glove box when not being used. Slide the access
door on the changer closed when not in use.
The CD magazine may be inserted or ejected with
the radio power off.
Power antenna (if equipped)
The power antenna will automatically rise when your
radio is turned on and the ignition is in the ON or
ACC position. It will lower when either the radio or
ignition is turned off.
Power antenna maintenance and care
• Never drive your vehicle through a car wash with
the power antenna mast extended. This can cause
damage to the antenna mast, which is not covered
under warranty. Turn off your radio and/or the
vehicle. This will automatically retract the
antenna.
• If your power antenna ever becomes damaged,
the mast may not extend or retract properly
which might limit reception performance. In this
case, it is not necessary to replace the entire
power antenna assembly. A replacement mast can
be obtained from your dealership for a nominal
fee.
• Occasionally, the power antenna mast should be
wiped clean with mild soap and water or
denatured alcohol. This prevents debris from
accumulating on the mast which can cause
excessive wear and decrease the power antenna
life. Never use petroleum-based products to clean
your antenna mast.
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Display
Display
Information
Indicates Dolby Noise Reduction
activation
Indicates Tape play
CD-##
Indicates CD number playing (e.g.,
CD-01, CD-02, etc.)
TR-##
Indicates CD track number playing
(e.g., TR-01, TR-02, etc.)
##-##
Indicates CD number and track
number playing (e.g., 03-10 means
disc 3-track 10, etc.)
NO DISC
Indicates CD changer is empty
C
Indicates CD compression factor
activation
NO CD
Indicates empty slot, mechanical
error, unreadable disc, focus error.
NO DJ
Indicates
CD
changer
not
connected or not communicating
AM, FM1 or Indicates which frequency band the
FM2
audio system is in
87.9 to 107.9 Indicates currently playing radio
(530 to 1610 station
AM)
ST
Indicates stereo operation
Illuminated
Indicates volume, relative level of
bars
bass and treble and relative levels
of speaker balance and fade
TD E1
Indicates possible problem tape
TD E2
Radio cannot eject tape
TD E3
Radio cannot insert tape properly
TOO HOT
Changer’s internal temperature is
above 60°C (140°F)
The display screen gives information on the status of
the audio system.
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Care and cleaning
The laser beam used in the compact disc
player is harmful to the eyes. Do not
attempt to disassemble the case.
If sound skips:
• You may be traveling on a rough road, playing
badly scratched discs or the disc may be dirty.
Skipping will not scratch the discs or damage the
player.
If changer does not work:
• A disc is already loaded where you want to insert
disc.
• The disc is inserted with the label surface
downward.
• The disc is dirty or defective.
• The player’s internal temperature is above 60°C
(140°F). Allow the player to cool down before
operating.
• A disc with format and dimensions not within
industry standards is inserted.
CLEANING COMPACT DISCS
Inspect all discs for contamination before playing. If
necessary, clean discs only with an approved CD
cleaner and wipe the center out to the edge. Do not
use circular motion.
CD AND CD CHANGER CARE
• Handle discs by their edges only. Never touch the
playing surface.
• Do not expose discs to direct sunlight or heat
sources for extended periods of time.
• Do not insert more than one disc into each slot of
the CD changer magazine.
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Care and cleaning
CLEANING CASSETTE PLAYER
Clean the tape player head with a cassette cleaning
cartridge after ten to twelve hours of play to
maintain the best sound and operation.
CASSETTE AND CASSETTE PLAYER CARE
• Use only cassettes that are 90 minutes long or
less.
• Do not expose tapes to direct sunlight, high
humidity, extreme heat or extreme cold. Allow
tapes that may have been exposed to extreme
temperatures to reach a moderate temperature
before playing.
• Tighten very loose tapes by inserting a finger or
pencil into the hole and turning the hub.
• Remove loose labels before inserting tapes.
• Do not leave tapes in the cassette player for a
long time when not being played.
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Radio frequency information
RADIO FREQUENCY INFORMATION
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
and the Canadian Radio and Telecommunications
Communications (CRTC) establish the frequencies
AM and FM stations may use for their broadcasts.
Allowable frequencies are:
AM 530, 540–1600, 1610 kHz steps
FM 87.9, 88.1–107.1, 107.9 Mhz steps
Not all frequencies are used in a given area.
RADIO RECEPTION FACTORS
Three factors can affect radio reception:
• Distance/strength. The further an FM station
travels, the weaker it is. The listenable range of
the average FM station is approximately 40 km
(24 miles). This range can be affected by “signal
modulation.” Signal modulation is a process radio
stations use to increase their strength/volume
relative to other stations.
• Terrain. Hills, mountains and tall buildings
between your vehicle’s antenna and the radio
station signal can cause FM reception problems.
Static can be caused on AM stations by power
lines, electric fences, traffic lights and
thunderstorms. Moving away from an interfering
structure (out of its “shadow”) returns your
reception to normal.
• Station overload. Weak stations are sometimes
captured by stronger stations when you pass a
broadcast tower. A stronger station may
temporarily overtake a weaker station and play
while the weak station frequency is displayed.
The audio system automatically switches to single
channel reception if it will improve the reception of
a station normally received in stereo.
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Warranties and service
WARRANTIES AND SERVICE
Refer to the “Warranty Guide” for audio system
warranty information.
If service is necessary, see your dealer or a qualified
technician.
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Index
AM/FM select .............. 6
Bass adjust ................ 10
CD select ................... 11
Clock
setting the clock ..... 13
Compact disc
changer
care .......................... 17
Compression adjust .. 13
Dolby
Pr noise reduction .. 12
Electronic sound
system
antenna .................... 15
Fast forward function 11
Power button .............. 6
Radio frequency
information .............. 19
reception ................. 19
Scan function .............. 9
Seek function .............. 8
Shuffle mode ............. 13
Speaker balance
adjust ......................... 10
Stations
selecting .................... 9
Tape direction
select .......................... 12
Tape select ................ 11
Treble adjust ............. 10
Tune adjust ................. 7
Warranties
radio ......................... 20
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