FORD ESCORT 1999 7.G Owner's Guide

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FORD ESCORT 1999 7.G Owners Guide Inserting a tape
Push only slightly when inserting a
cassette tape (with the open edge
to the right). A cassette deck
loading mechanism pulls the tape in
the rest of the way.
You can switch from CD (i

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FORD ESCORT 1999 7.G Owners Guide Tape side select
Press this control to play the
alternate side of a tape.
Eject function
Press the control to stop and eject a
tape.
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FORD ESCORT 1999 7.G Owners Guide Shuffle feature
The shuffle feature operates in CD
mode (if equipped) and plays all
tracks on the current disc in random
order. If equipped with the CD
changer, the shuffle feature
continues to the ne

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FORD ESCORT 1999 7.G Owners Guide CD changer (if equipped)
The CD changer is located in the trunk of your vehicle.
Slide the door to access the CD
changer magazine.
Press
to eject the magazine.
Make sure only one disc is inserted
in e

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FORD ESCORT 1999 7.G Owners Guide The magazine does not need to be
full for the changer to operate.
Radio power must be turned on to play the CDs in the changer. The
magazine may be stored in the glove box when not being used.
The CD

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FORD ESCORT 1999 7.G Owners Guide CD and CD changer care
²Handle discs by their edges only. Never touch the playing surface.
²Do not expose discs to direct sunlight or heat sources for extended
periods of time.
²Do not insert more

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FORD ESCORT 1999 7.G Owners Guide ²Terrain.Hills, mountains and tall buildings between your vehicles
antenna and the radio station signal can cause FM reception problems.
Static can be caused on AM stations by power lines, electric

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FORD ESCORT 1999 7.G Owners Guide Mode selector control
Controls the direction of the airflow
to the inside of the vehicle.
²
(Panel)-Distributes outside air through the instrument panel
registers.
²OFF-Outside air is shut out and t

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FORD ESCORT 1999 7.G Owners Guide airflow and reduce your ability to see through your windshield. Also,
avoid placing small objects on top of your instrument panel. These
objects can fall down into the defroster outlets and block airf

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FORD ESCORT 1999 7.G Owners Guide the air conditioner drain while the system is working and even after you
have stopped the vehicle.
Under normal conditions, your vehicles climate control system should be
left in any position other t