My cd player has just stopped playing. my alternator went bad and it was working before we fixed the alternator now that i have gotten it out the shop it does not work. It comes on but you hear no sound. I thought the speakers may be the problem I replaced them and still no sound. then I checked all fuses.. none blown.. still no sound. anyone know what I can do to fix it
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hey, that sounds like wiring for sure, if your cd player is working fine and its just your speakers? then yes that would be a wiring problem, theres a bad wire somewhere in the system. either find out yourself where the bad wire is or bring it to someone who know how to repair those types of problems. good luck!
Check your battery, charging system, and fuses. It sound like a weak battery. If the battery is weak, it could be that the battery is bad or the alternator is not charging the battery. Check the voltage on the battery while the car is running, if it is more than 12 volts (more like 14) then your alternator should be OK. If not, the alternator will need replacing. Next, have the battery load tested, if it fails the test, replacing the battery will probably fix the problem. You may be able to fix this yourself. I hope this helps.
Trudy I'm not 100percent sure but it sounds like the unit may be bad, I have a chevy cobalt that the radio went bad and the cd player still played the when set in the radio position the face went black and did all kinds of crazy stuff. Hope this helps, Is this the factory radio or an aftermarket unit?
Usually a defective drive belt in the CD player that couples the motor to the disk shaft. It's almost always a pain to replace it so I recommend finding a tech that knows how to change it. Sometimes you can buy a replacement cheaper than paying to fix it. The Crutchfield company has very capable techs that can recommend a replacement for your player.
The clarion 6 disk changers Suzuki used to use are notorious for doing that, mines starting to get flakey also. The others people are right there is nothing you can do to fix it. In fact I’ve heard horror stories about the dealers destroying customers CD’s trying to get them out. That’s probably why Suzuki got away from using clarion changers. If you don’t care about the CD’s that are stuck in the unit then pitch it in the trash and buy one of the Suzuki single disk mp3 players off eBay. Otherwise find a good electronics repair place and cross your fingers!