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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 07-09-09, 06:37 PM Thread Starter
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NEW TO THIS FORUM AND FORDS........Questions

I will start off by saying i have an 05/ford 5-150 FX4

I tried looking up a few things but to no avail. I looked online as well for answers but seemes vague or exspensive so i was curious if i could go a cheaper way about this. Here is my questions.

One the front botton on my cd players sais aux, just curious as to where it is located? I know that it's not on the front and while i did some reading apparently i need to buy an adapter?

Next question is. I just got this vehicle and there wasn't any squeaking while i was driving just a bit when i pushed on the breaks. Now when i drive slowly the front(i believe brakes) sqeak as well and this is while i'm not touching the brake pedal either. When i got the vehicle breaks were at 90% so i dont know.

third and final stupid question is, is the cd player in the truck a 6 disc cd changer?

Thanks for the help in advance if you can i really appreciate it.

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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 07-18-09, 11:52 AM
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Re: NEW TO THIS FORUM AND FORDS........Questions

Not to sure about the aux jack, but most CD changers should say something on, or around the faceplate what it is. If it's a single CD player, it most likely won't have any text on it.

The brake squeal you mention might be a misaligned brake backing plate. It's nothing major, but I'd pull a wheel off to be sure. If you haven't given the truck a good hand wash, I'd do that as well, with emphasis on the wheels. It's rare, but small rocks can embed themselves into the pad from the pressure you apply onto the brakes and cause scoring on the face of the rotor.

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