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giorgi

Hi New To The Forum Need Help!

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i have a 2009 ford fiesta edge, i turned the radio on the other day an i could barely hear it i usually have it on 8 an its quite loud but now on 30 i can barely hear it. i took it to my local mechanic an he basically said he dont know an to take it back to ford but my warranty has run out or to a radio specialist but i dont wanna get rip off because i dont know much about cars

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Welcome to the Forum.

Bit of a long shot, Try disconnecting the battery, and then reconnect it and re-enter the radio code, hopefully this will re-set the radio.

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FYI there's no radio code to enter on the current shape Fiesta.

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pull the head unit out its usualy on the back if not look in your radio manual it may be in there some even come with a radio key card with it on good look if not it will need to be re-coded

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check the simple things, make sure that your balance and faders are all on 0 or positive numbers, if they are all set to negative numbers, that would massively reduce the volume

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