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I couldnt get mine to work on my Audiophile system and asked the dealership and they didnt have an answer for me.

So today I had to take my battery out to find my calibration code for my impending Xcalibrator2 and I had the battery out for about 10 min.

When I reinstalled the battery, I started the car so I could reprogram my radio stations and when I hit menu RDS was the first option.

Holy shit, I thought it would never work!!!

So my tip to all of you with an Audiophile stereo (and maybe non Aundiophiles) is to disconnect your battery for 10 or so minutes and then try the menu option.

Hope this helps!!!
 

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Let us know if it works!!!!
 

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Anyone else have any luck trying this?
 

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Let me know if this works.... If we get enough positive on this I will make this a sticky.
 
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Lol. Retarded question. Which do I disconnect first to disconnect the battery? The positive or the negative. I'm just trying to save my ass before I get electrocuted.
 

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Negative

You only have to disconnect the negative battery terminal, not both. In the Ford Repair Manual, it states that you should disconnect the negative battery terminal prior to working on any electrical components (adding or removing) to prevent the possibility of a short-circut.
 

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so has anybody else tried this to see if it worked or what??
 

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I figured everyone with an Audiophile system (and most with a Premium system) would have tried this.

Its so simple and the only thing you stand to lose is your preset radio stations.

Oh well, it worked for me.

Now if UPS would just deliver my tuner today!!!!
 
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