Question about 2001 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
CD Player rejects cds
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Bad news. Your CD player isn't any good. I work for Chevrolet and this is a very common problem. The magazine inside the radio (the part that holds the cd's) starts going crooked. I think some real tiny springs that hold it break, causing this problem. Only fix is to replace the radio. First try this. Go to the fuse box under the hood and remove the 'Radio' fuse for 1 minute. This may reset the radio. You may be able to eject any cd's stuck in the radio. May be cheaper to put in an after-market radio. Sorry.
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
SOURCE: installing CD player
here is the wiring schematic.
Constant 12V+ Orange Switched 12V+ Yellow Ground Black Illumination Gray Dimmer Brown Antenna Right Window Trim Front Speakers 6 1/2" Doors Left Front (+) Tan Left Front (-) Gray Right Front (+) Light Green Right Front (-) Dark Green Rear Speakers 4" x 6" Side Pillar Left Rear (+) Brown Left Rear (-) Yellow Right Rear (+) Dark Blue Right Rear (-) Light Blue
And you will need a Wire harness... Metra #GMRC-LAN-01
And a mounting Kit Metra #99-3305
And antenna adapter Metra #40-cr10
This is for the basic radio... if you have upgrade NAV/Onstar/Premium sound.... there are different wiring harnesses available.
Let me know if you need more help.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
INTERNAL MALFUNCTION OF THE RADIO.. CHEAPEST SOLUTION TO THIS PROBLEM IS TO REPLACE THE RADIO WITH EITHER AN AFTERMARKET RADIO OR A USED RADIO FROM A WREAKING YARD.
Posted on May 18, 2009
wheels, drums or rotors, the cover for the differential (You will need a drip pan)
remove the "pin" (usually a 5/15" or 8mm head) that secures the spider gear pin. Remove the long spider gear pin, as it should slide out without a lot of force.
Push both axles inward, and remove the left and right "c" clips that hold the axles in.
Note... if you have a limited slip, it may be a little different of a set up due to clutches in the differential.
Posted on Nov 05, 2009
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