You'll pay significantly more at a store for the stuff. I found a few on Ebay, but maybe from somewhere else. I like the simplicity of Pioneer. They are cheap, and work, but typically don't last, have poor sound quality and adjustments, and have a poor interface. They are set to a specific interior.
This would be a 'new one' - bummer dude. If you send it in for rapair they should do it for you. Then, remove the whole trim around the shifter, that part is as wide as the floor console and goes from the front of the floor console where it reaches the dash and it goes up to the floor console storage bin. The radio is now fully functional. There are double dins, which is what you want, with the touchscreen, dvd, nav, bluetooth, etc. There is the poor mans way. It is a stock stereo and my guess is that it was never removed or tampered with.
Just disconnect your negative battery cable for a minimum … of 20 seconds and it will reset the computer. There is one on each side of the manifold under the engine and then another downstream by the converter. Please help me I just bought a 2007 explorer, When I turn on the dashboard lights, everything lights up fine except for the stereo buttons. You remove it by pulling it rearward. Some brands are only for single din, but it will mention that somewhere on the package.
The wire harness is the adapter that plugs into your Explorer's wire harness, and has the appropriate matching wires for your headunits wire harness. Also wanted to add, im an Apple guy, but don't care for CarPlay. No matter how well packed. Then you remove the 4 7mm bolts that holds the radio and you disconnect it. Watch some vids on yt and save some cash by doing it yourself.
Do you think this looks like a good option? Obviously an aftermarket radio would not be covered by the warranty; but I question on a 2007 if you have a power train that wouldn't be affected or bumper to bumper that would cover electrical warranty. Check other items first because even if computer says O2 sensors this can be an expensive repair and still not fix the problem. Did you check on the passenger side behind the battery? So long as you get adapter harnesses and don't cut into the factory harness I don't see how you would void the warranty for other rest of the vehicle. Look no further, we guarantee you'll be 100% satisfied with this purchase. Could I install any unit or does it have to be a unit specifically for Ford Explorers? Otherwise if it's tipped and shaken while upside down, back of a shipping truck, then the trays will get jammed. Maybe try and call repair shops i've seen on ebay, i've seen speicals if you tell them whats wrong they maybe able to confirm. Any double din deck will work.
As to the light, no Warr? That is, of course, if you're forced to live with the old unit. I'll step back in and +1 my own previous recommendation for an aftermarket unit. I could only guess but i'd imagine maybe they could swap in a radio to test and swap yours into another vehicle would be my thought. Or would I have to take it to an aftermarket dealer or do it myself? This fix worked for my radio, It does not mean It's 100% guaranteed to work for yours. Android user, personally another member did a full write up on swapping out stock for stock navi touch. I was wondering if this is something my Ford Dealer could replace for me? The menu's look old, outdated and not pleasing to the eyes Overall, this job will take you an hour or two, depending on how fast you connect the wiring.
You hae to try it upward. The dash kit is going to make the aftermarket unit fit. Different problems can cause the same symptoms. I got my stuff from crutchfield dot com and they gave me the wiring adapter and mount kit for free. Use this video at your own discretion. The speed volume feature is also not working.
So long as you get adapter harnesses and don't cut into the factory harness I don't see how you would void the warranty for other rest of the vehicle. So does anyone know if this would work on my car, which didn't previously come with navigation? I cant stress enough, you get what you pay for. There are single din stereos, which are the small, non-touchscreen ones that are half the size of what you have now. If you have steering wheel controls you may need an additional adapter to keep that functionality. I hold no responsibility for any damages what so ever.
Watch a couple vids before you tear into it, its easy. And again, are easy to install yourself. . Are they easy to get to? The technician was not sure if this will work but he said he was gonna give it a try at a cost of 1 hour labour to me 85 dollars. Search for touchscreen with apple or Google auto. Can you find anyone local to fix it? I took the unit out and it is a refurbished unit. I would personally stay away from Dual, Jensen, and Boss.