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Old 07-31-2008, 10:10 AM
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My parents bought a 2006 Ford Freestar that is loaded; everything automatic. Came with a DVD player that does work. The problem is that we can't get it to work with headphones. It wasNOT a pleasant drive with the movie blaring out of the radio! Does anyone know how to make the DVD player work with headphones? Need to save our sanity the next time we plan a family excursion!
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Old 08-20-2008, 01:18 PM
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You need to select the remote option........Press the head phone button on the rear control or the 2 and 4 buttons on thedash unit. Then the front can select a different audio source......Check out the owners manual if you have it.

FYI, If you use regular head phones in the rear jacks you can select radio/ dvd/ or CD seperate of the front (You can not select seperate radio stations. ie front on cd, rear on radio)
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