Missing Image  Select the entertainment option on the feature bar.
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AAudio source. Select to choose a different audio source.
BSelect to show a different set of presets.
CPresets.
Using the Radio
Setting a Radio Station Using the Touchscreen
Directly Tuning a Radio Station
Select Sources.
Select AM or FM.
Select Frequency.
Enter the frequency of the radio station and select Enter.
Note:   You must enter the frequency to two decimal places.
Selecting a Radio Station From a List
Select Sources.
Select FM or DAB.
Select Station.
Select a radio station from the list.
Switching Traffic Announcements On
Select Traffic (TA).
Note:   If you switch traffic announcements on, traffic announcements broadcast by radio stations interrupt the current audio source to help you plan your route.
Storing a Radio Station
You can use the different sets of presets to allow different drivers to store their favorite radio stations.
Set a radio station.
Select Presets.
Note:   Only do this if you wish to select a different set of presets.
Press and hold one of the preset buttons.
Note:   The radio briefly mutes to indicate the radio station has been stored.
Using the CD Player
Select Sources.
Select CD.
Searching for Tracks on a CD
Select Browse.
Select a track.
Repeating Tracks on a CD
Missing Image  Select the repeat icon to repeat tracks.
Note:   You can repeat one track or all tracks on an audio format CD. You can repeat one track, all tracks or all tracks in one folder on a MP3 format CD.
Note:   A small number one appears next to the repeat icon to indicate that a track is set to repeat. A small folder icon appears next to it to indicate that a folder is set to repeat
Playing Tracks on a CD in a Random Order
Missing Image  Select to play tracks in a random order.
Streaming Music From a Bluetooth Device
Check the compatibility of your device on the regional Ford website.
Pair your device.   See   Phone
Select Sources.
Missing Image  Select Bluetooth.
Searching for Tracks on a Bluetooth Device
Select Browse.
Select a track.
Note:   Select the cover art to view information about the current track.
Repeating Tracks on a Bluetooth Device
Missing Image  Select the repeat icon to repeat tracks.
Note:   You can repeat one track or all tracks on an audio format Bluetooth device. You can repeat one track, all tracks or all tracks in one folder on an MP3 format Bluetooth device.
Note:   A small number one appears next to the repeat icon to indicate that a track is set to repeat. A small folder icon appears next to it to indicate that a folder is set to repeat
Playing Tracks on a Bluetooth Device in a Random Order
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Playing Music From a USB or Media Player
Connect your device to a USB port.
Select Sources.
Missing Image  Select USB.
Note:   The system indexes your music before you can play it.
Searching for Tracks on a USB or Media Player
Select Browse.
Select a track.
Note:   Select the cover art to view information about the current track.
Note:   You can also browse by album, artist, audiobook, genre, playlist, podcast or track name.
Repeating Tracks on a USB or Media Player
Missing Image  Select the repeat icon to repeat tracks.
Note:   You can repeat one track or all tracks on an audio format USB or media player. You can repeat one track, all tracks or all tracks in one folder on an MP3 format USB or media player.
Note:   A small number one appears next to the repeat icon to indicate that a track is set to repeat. A small folder icon appears next to it to indicate that a folder is set to repeat
Supported Devices
The system supports most USB and media players, including iOS and Android devices.
Supported Audio File Formats
The system supports the following file formats:
  • MP3, WMA, WAV, AAC, and FLAC audio file formats.
  • MP3, WMA, WAV, M4A, M4B, AAC, and FLAC file extensions.
  • FAT, exFAT, and NTFS file systems.
Audio File Metadata
The system organizes files on your USB or media player by metadata tags. Metadata tags contain information about the file. If the metadata tags for the files on your USB or media player contain no information, the system classifies them as unknown. The system can index up to 50000 tracks on a USB device or media player, and up to 10 devices.