OK - so I'm driving Sunday and I go to turn on the stereo and - nothing. Then I notice the clock is out as well. When I get home I checked the fuse and it was good. I drove the car on Tuesday and still no radio but all else is functioning. I went out yesterday morning and the horse was DEAD. No locks, no alarm, no ignition - DEAD. So I call Ford Roadside service and they send someone to defibrulate. The very instant the guy hooks up the cables the alarm starts blaring and - the radio comes on :happyhapp He pulls back the cables and I hit the remote alarm and it shuts off. I stick the key in the ignition and the car starts instantly - no abnormal indication on the charge gage either.:eyebulge: So I drove it to the dealer - explained the problem and told them to fix it. I told them that I will not accept that they can't find a problem. This is the second time I've had starting problems - the first was after sitting for seven days. That time the battery was definetly flat. So - anybody have any theories? Halloween was last week and the ghosts should be gone by now.