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  1. I realise this is an old post, but the posts here really helped me, particularly saysha (thanks!). I had the same "Track 0" issue as the OP which was really frustrating in my 2011 Fiesta Edge (no bluetooth, just USB and Aux). To solve it, as saysha suggested, I dropped down the glovebox using the instructions in the manual to get to the passenger compartment fuse box. I checked that everything was turned off and that the ignition key wasn't in, again as the manual describes. I then pulled out the fuse for "Audio System, Bluetooth" (fuse 21 in my Fiesta), kept it out for 30 seconds and reinserted it. I turned on the stereo, plugged in the ipod and the problem was solved. Thanks to all the posters above.