Radio deck

Asked by Mar 10, 2017 at 09:34 PM about the 2002 Ford Mustang Coupe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My 2002 mustang has the stock deck to play
music. I use a cassette adapted to play music .
Recently I took it to the mechanic and when I get it
back , my radio and my speaker weren't as loud. I
bought a new adapter. But I noticed when I put in
the tape , a letter C pops up . The only letter C I
know on the radio is a button named comp. when I
put a cd in I could push that button and the same
letter C will pop up. But it lets me turn it off in cd
mode. I'm assuming is that same letter C but it
won't turn off in tape mode .... Hope this makes
sense

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What work did the mechanic perform? Maybe the battery was disconnected and the radio went back to the factory settings? So if you had the treble and bass boosted and volume, it would be at the mid level again.

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