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FORD Category: Car Receiver Size: Table of contents Audio System 1. Table Of Contents 3. Audio Introduction 5.
Alternative Frequencies News Broadcasts Using Pty Selecting Pty Cassette Tape Player Cassette Tape Playback Fast Forward Fast Rewind Auto Reverse Ending Playback Cassette Tape Pause Cassette Tape Side Selection Ejecting A Cassette Tape Compact Disc Player Loading Compact Discs And cd Loading The Compact Disc Changer Track Selection Compact Disc Playback Compact Disc Selection Compact Disc Track Compression Compact Disc Track Scanning Ejecting Compact Discs Unloading The Compact Disc Changer MP3 File Playback MP3 Display Options Repeat Compact Disc Tracks Sony Cd Unit Ending Compact Disc Playback Ejecting Multiple Compact Discs Rear Passenger Controls Rear Seat Controls Control Panel Buttons Waveband Selector Control Mode Seek Button One Hour Mode Headphones Headphone Sockets Rear Passenger Control Display Screen Audio System Care Audio Unit Audio Troubleshooting Ford Category: Audio System Security 8.
Security Code 8. Lost Security Code 8. Entering A Security Code 8. Recently, some record companies have marketed various music discs encoded with copyright protection. Please be aware that among those discs, there are some that do not conform to the CD standard and may not be playable by this product. Consult your dealer before switching off the filter. Under certain exceptional conditions, radio reception may be adversely affected by very strong competing signals.
This function allows you to switch off the digital filter to overcome this condition. During removal, avoid touching the contacts on the back of the panel and do not use excessive force to refit it. Where available slide the panel release button to the left on E units press the panel release button and remove the panel.
To replace the panel, insert the right-hand edge first, and then push home the left-hand side until the retaining latch is engaged. On all units except 1. Press button 1 repeatedly until the first digit of your Keycode is shown in the display. Press preset buttons 2, 3 and 4 in the same way for remaining three digits. Ensure the complete Keycode is correct before pressing preset button 5 to confirm it.
Normally, the Ford Dealer does this during the predelivery inspection. Press button 1, use the arrow left or right arrow buttons until the first digit of your Keycode is shown in the display. Repeat step 1 for the remaining 3 digits. Ensure the complete Keycode is correct before pressing button 1 to confirm. If the battery is disconnected for any reason, or the audio unit is removed from the vehicle, the Keycode must be re-entered before the unit will work again.
If the correct code was entered, the radio will beep and then will function normally. Your Dealer will then obtain the correct code from Ford Motor Company. You must wait until the display changes to "CODE" this indicates that the waiting period has finished and the correct code can be entered.
The waiting period doubles each time an incorrect code is entered. On all units except Up to TEN Keycode entry attempts are allowed with various consequences if you get it wrong. The number of attempts is shown in the display. If the display reverts to CODE another entry attempt may be made immediately. If the display shows WAIT 30, the unit will be locked for 30 minutes.
Wait until the timer counts down to zero. Contact your local Ford Dealer for help. For the location of the vehicle identification number on your vehicle, please refer to your Owners handbook.
Enter your Keycode. The audio unit will mute and the display will show either a previously entered vehicle identification number or a flashing cursor or a display of zeros. This indicates that a waiting period has started. Do not switch off the radio when the display shows "WAIT". Turning off the radio will cause the waiting period to start all over again.
Audio system security 5. A total of 15 or 16 characters can be stored. When all the characters have been selected, press MENU to store the number.
The unit then returns to normal operation. On some units, the number appears in the display whenever power is restored. To check the vehicle identification number, repeat steps 1 and 2 then press the MENU button.
Audio unit clock and date displays In this case, either select another radio station which transmits a time signal or set the clock manually. If any of these features are not available in your unit, the relevant menu options will not be displayed. When first switched on, a series of bars may be displayed until the signal is received.
In all cases, the time derived from the signal is exact and in most units it cannot be altered. Some units, however, do allow you to set the time manually. If you do not press another button within 30 seconds of pressing the CLOCK button, the display will return to its previous setting. Press and hold the MENU button for approximately two seconds until the display changes. In this case you will not find a time display to set the time manually. Use the SEEK buttons to select the date or time value that you wish to change.
The selected value will flash in the display. Turn the volume control to change the selected date or time value. Use the SEEK buttons to select additional date or time values that you wish to change.
If you do not press the CLOCK button within 30 seconds of changing a date or time value, the display will exit and save the new values automatically. Press and hold the CLOCK button for more than two seconds to automatically select the hour value for winter or summer time adjustment. Use the SEEK button to select the setting required. Press the MENU button again to confirm the selection.
Press the MENU button to confirm the time. Press the MENU button to confirm the date. Press the MENU button to confirm your selection.
This will also operate the unit for up to one hour with the ignition turned off. The radio will switch off automatically after one hour. CODE will briefly flash in the display when the unit is turned on. This is a normal system function the security code is not required to be entered. Where the adjustment is featured on a single button, press the button once for bass or twice for treble. Where there are separate buttons, press the required button once.
With the function switched on, all the audio setting return to the manufacturers original preset levels. When you make an adjustment, the display indicates the selected volume level.
On some audio units, the volume control is also used in conjunction with certain menu functions to make other adjustments. On See Sound button page All units, except the , the FADE control is used to adjust the sound distribution from front to rear in vehicles equipped with rear speakers.
Where the adjustment is featured on a single button, press the button once for fade or twice for balance. Use the volume control to make the necessary adjustment. The sequence in which features appear may vary for different audio units and vehicles. This can be repeated on each waveband and for each preset button. When you drive to another part of the country, FM stations that broadcast on alternate frequencies, and are stored on preset buttons, may be updated with the correct frequency for that area.
This feature allows you to store your favourite stations so that they can be recalled by selecting the appropriate waveband and pressing one of the preset buttons. Select a waveband. Tune to the station required. Press and hold one of the preset buttons. The audio unit will mute. When sound returns or, on certain units, a bleep sounds, the station has been stored.
The display indicates the level selected. If you press the button repeatedly during radio reception, you can select from the wavebands available. The display indicates the selection made. On some units the selector can also be used to return to radio reception when you have been listening to a tape cassette or CD. Press and hold the waveband button. On short press the AST button. When the search is complete, sound is restored and the strongest signals are stored on the AutoStore presets.
The unit selects stero or mono mode automatically according to signal strength. Each time AutoStore is activated, the unit will store station frequencies from the waveband last selected and replace stations previously stored. The AutoStore feature can also be used to store stations manually in the same way as other wavebands. Before you can receive traffic announcements, you must press the TA button. A TA display will appear to show the feature is switched on.
On units a short press to reach the TA feature. If you are already tuned to a station that broadcasts traffic information, TA or TP will also be displayed.
On all units except Where available this shows whenever a stereo signal is being received on the FM waveband. On some units it may be displayed as ST; on others it will be the accredited stereo symbol. In poor signal conditions, the indicator may flicker, or it may disappear completely if the stereo signal is lost altogether. Some units will automatically retune to another traffic station. If a non-traffic station is selected or recalled using a preset button, the audio unit will remain on that station unless:.
TA is turned off, then on again. On certain models, the volume control is set to zero for four minutes after which the audio unit will retune to another traffic station. The number of RDS EON- traffic announcements may become excessive in some areas so there is an option on some units to select between local traffic information and all available information. Traffic announcements interrupt normal broadcasts at a preset minimum level that is usually louder than normal listening volumes. To adjust the preset volume on all units except Press and hold the MENU button until the display changes.
Press and hold the TA button. The display will show the level selected. The audio unit will return to normal operation at the end of each traffic announcement.
To end the announcement prematurely, press TA during the announcement. Long press one of the left or right arrow buttons for more than 2 seconds to reach manual tuning. Press one of the left or right arrow buttons to tune down or up the waveband in small increments, until you find a station you want to listen to. Press and hold to tune up or down quickly. When the keys are released, a time-out will start to count.
After 5 seconds a time-out, display Auto will appear and a beep beep will be heard and then returns to automatic search. The unit will stop at the first station it finds in the direction you have chosen. This feature is not available on certain units and may not appear as a menu option. Then press one of the SEEK arrows to tune down or up the waveband in small increments, until you find a station you want to listen to. Press the SCAN button. SCAN flashes in the display and each station is played for a few seconds.
Press SCAN again to continue listening to a station. Use the SEEK button to scan up or down the selected waveband.
Scn or SCAN flash in the display and each station is played for a few seconds. Press the MENU button repeatedly until a loudness display appears. With this function activated, the unit automatically detects low volume audio output and raises the level of bass frequencies.
This means that whilst the display might change numerically when you raise the volume manually with the control, there may be no actual increase in sound. Where available, these settings may be further customised to suit the current occupants of the vehicle.
It mutes while it checks a list of alternative frequencies and, if necessary, it will search once across the selected waveband for a genuine alternative frequency.
It will restore radio reception when it finds one or, if one is not found, the unit will return to the original stored frequency. On certain units, Not Found will be displayed. Use the SEEK button to scan up or down the frequencies stored on the presets. Scn flashes in the display and each station is played for a few seconds. Press any preset or MENU again to continue listening to a station. If your radio has AF tuning switched on and you move from one transmission area to another, this facility will search for and switch to a stronger station signal, if one can be found.
Under certain conditions, however, alternative frequency tuning may temporarily disrupt normal reception. Most radio stations on the FM waveband transmit additional code in their broadcast signal that allows receivers equipped with the necessary decoder to present more information to the listener. When this information is available, the additional features may include the station name, the stations programme identification number, alternative broadcasting frequencies and traffic information.
Certain features may not be available from all radio stations. News interrupts are broadcast at the same preset volume level as traffic announcements. This classification takes the form of an identification number coded into the broadcast signal.
On designated units, searches can be based on one of these classifications so that you can choose to listen to a particular type of programme. Use the SEEK button to turn the function on or off. Light music Middle of the road music National music Not categorised Old time music Music not covered elsewhere Pop music Rock music Scientific content. Some radio stations can also transmit emergency information under the undocumented category of ALARM but this programme type cannot be selected manually.
When a programme is found, the new station name flashes in the display and radio reception is restored from the station selected.
If a station transmitting the same type of programme cannot be found, Not Found is displayed and the radio returns to the original station. Select PTY and use the controls as described above. CD playback continues, but radio reception is restored when the search is completed.
The direction of fast winding depends on the direction of play indicated by the left or right arrow in the display. All units automatically switch to tape operation as soon as a cassette is inserted. On some units during radio reception when a tape is already inserted, press the TAPE control buttons to start tape playback. On units the tape must be ejected to return to radio reception.
If you continue fast winding until the end of the tape, playback restarts automatically. To stop fast winding before the end of the tape press the key which is not pressed the left double arrows or the rights double arrows. Playback is then resumed. On the direction of playback is shown by a left or right arrow in the display.
Radio reception is automatically restored when you fast forward while the tape is playing. Radio reception is automatically restored when you fast rewind while the tape is playing. If rewind is engaged while you are listening to the radio, tape playback will restart automatically when the beginning or, on certain models, the end of the tape is reached.
Press the right arrow button twice.
Press the left arrow button to end fast forward and restart the tape. If the play display shows a right arrow, press the double right arrow button to fast forward. If the play display shows a left arrow, press the double left arrow button to fast forward. Press the right arrow button fully in.
Press and release the left arrow button to end fast forward and restart the tape. Press the left arrow button twice. Press the right arrow button to end fast rewind and restart the tape.
Press the left arrow button fully in. Press and release the right arrow button to end rewind and restart the tape. The direction of fast rewinding depends on the direction of play indicated by the left or right arrow in the display.
If the play display shows a right arrow, press the double left arrow button to fast rewind. If the play display shows a left arrow, press the double right arrow button to fast rewind. If you continue to fast winding until the end of the tape, playback restarts automatically. Using the volume control adjust the volume to 0 the tape playback will then pause.
Using the volume control adjust the volume up to resume tape playback. This will restore radio reception. Use the SEEK button to turn this function on or off. The , , and units are able to play both sides of the tape without removing the cassette from the unit.
During tape playback, you can make the unit play the other side of the tape by pressing the TAPE button or press both the left and right arrow buttons partially in. Press the opposite direction button to end the search. This feature allows you to move directly to the next or previous track by using the direction buttons. Do not insert two CDs in a figure of eight fashion with edges overlapping.
WARNING If the power to units has been disconnected, then reconnected, the unit will automatically check for the presence of discs in the magazine.
This will take approximately 45 seconds. During this time all functions except Keycode entry will be locked out. Press and release the LOAD button. WAIT will appear in the display. One of the disc icons will flash in the display and the word LOAD will appear. When the disc is loaded, a number in one of the disc icons will indicate its location. At this point, you can load another CD. Repeat the last step to load more CDs.
Insert a CD, label side up, into the slot. You can only load six CDs. The disc icon revolves to confirm the disc is loaded, and playback starts automatically. Press and hold the LOAD button.
Playback starts from the last disc inserted. Remove the magazine. Insert one disc into each slot with the label facing upwards.
There will be a click when the disc is in the correct position. Reinsert the magazine in the direction indicated by the arrow on the magazine. The magazine will click into position ready for use. Close the changer door. Do not insert more than one disc into a single slot and always keep the disc changer door closed while the magazine is inserted.
For the location of the CD changer, please refer to your Owner's Handbook. Press the right arrow button to move to the next track. Press the right arrow button repeatedly to access later tracks. Press the left arrow button to replay the current track. If pressed within a few seconds of the start of a track, the previous track will be selected.
Press the left arrow button repeatedly to select previous tracks. Radio reception is automatically cut off when you play a CD but, on certain models, CD playback may be interrupted from time to time if the traffic announcement or news broadcast features are switched on.
Press the right or up arrow buttons once to move to the next track or press it repeatedly to access later tracks. Press the left or down arrow buttons once to replay the current track. If pressed within three seconds of the start of a track, the previous track will be selected.
Press the left or down arrow buttons repeatedly to select previous tracks. In single or multiple disc players where only one conventional CD has been loaded, playback will start immediately the disc is loaded. In multiple disc players, if two or more CDs are loaded one after the other, playback will start with the last CD loaded. Radio reception is automatically cut off when you play a CD, but CD playback may be interrupted from time to time, if the traffic announcement or news broadcast features are switched on.
If there is already a disc in the internal player of the CD unit, but you want to play a disc in the CD changer:. In these audio units, when one conventional CD has been loaded, playback will start immediately the disc is loaded. Press the CD button three times, if it has a rocker volume control. Press the CDDJ button. Compact disc player You can, however, switch to a disc of your choice by pressing the preset button, which has the number corresponding to the disc you want to play.
During playback, the display indicates the time that has elapsed since the start of the track. On certain models, the display continues up to On other models, if the display exceeds the maximum allowed, the first digit will flash and the displays resets to zero.
The audio unit remembers which discs are available so it will not select a disc that it knows to be missing. If you select a missing disc using the preset buttons, NO CD will be displayed and playback will continue from the current disc. On multiple CD units, including CD changers, discs are normally played sequentially in ascending order. On Sony 6CD audio units, when the CD button is pressed, playback will recommence from wherever it was last stopped.
You can, however, switch to a disc of your choice by pressing the radio preset button with the number that corresponds to the disc you want to play. The display will show which disc is selected.
If that disc is no longer available, playback will start from the next disc and then continue in ascending order, i. When the disc in the highest loading position has been played, playback will continue with the disc in the lowest loading position and go through the same cycle. If you select a missing disc, the display will show NO CD and playback will continue from the current disc.
The unit then selects the next available disc. If an optional CD changer is fitted, the audio unit plays all the tracks on the current disc then moves onto the next disc in the CD magazine and plays the tracks on that in random sequence.
Random track playback, also known as shuffle, plays all tracks on the CD in random order. Sony CD When selected, the track being played flashes in the display. Scan playback continues until the SCAN button is pressed again. With this feature on, quieter music is boosted and louder music lowered to minimise repeated volume adjustments. Sony 6CD When selected, the track being played flashes in the display.
Compression remains selected, unless it is switched off. Use the SEEK button to scan up or down the tracks selected. Press SEEK again to continue listening to a track. Press the eject button briefly, to eject the disc.
Playback resumes from the next available disc or, if no discs are inserted, NO CD is displayed, and radio reception is restored as the eject button is pressed. When ejected, discs are held in the audio unit ready for removal. If they are not removed, the disc will be reloaded automatically. Press the eject button at any time and remove the disc. Radio reception is restored automatically when the eject button is pressed. Then remove the disc.
Multiple disc players. During CD playback, press EJ to eject the disc being played or Use the preset button to select the disc you want to remove and then press EJ. If it is not removed, the disc will be pulled back into the audio unit and CD playback will restart.
The time this takes will depend entirely on the number of tracks, files, folders and sessions on the disc. To eject a disc during radio reception, press EJ.