I can play my music cd's perfectly fine. When I insert a dvd movie into the dvd player which is tucked in the glovebox and open the dvd player monitor it says " Please wait..." then after awhile it reads "Please wait." without the extra (.....) I have only 28k miles and the warranty is still good till 60Kmiles.
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I tell all my customers that a cd/dvd unit in the home is only good for 3 years max.
temp variations,dust,grit,and length of use all contribute to its final demise.
so replace your old worn out unit and fit one with mp3 compatibility for future use,by the way cd/dvd is now obsolete so put all your cd"s onto mp3 playback and save space,you can also download direct.
The stock radio system is three pieces. You have the outer display, behind that is the audio circuit board, and behind that is the actual radio, which looks like a plain square silver box. The shifter knob should have a piece on the bottom that snaps in. That piece slides down and there is a gold cotter pin that holds the shifter knob on. Remove the cotter pin with a small screwdriver and the knob will lift off. In order to remove the radio you have to remove the shifter knob, the console trim in front of the arm rest, and the radio trim should just unsnap and come out. If you are wanting to install a aftermarket radio, I would consult with a car audio store as to what is involved with this installation, because you are likely to get in over your head.
its a very common problem with g35 in dash clarion cd changer head units. a small plastic gear gets worn or brakes and wont eject or change cds. you need a new one, should be covered under your warranty.
Sorry, It's not reparable. You have to change it the new one. This price is very high. If your car hasn't warranty, I suggest you, use a portable DVD-USB player with an FM trasmitter in your car. I know it isn't sounds good, but I had the same problem and I have changed the CD player to a new one (it was terrible prize, of course) and I never use CD and DVD since that time. I use mp3 -usb combo only and i haven't any problem. I hope this help.
Not sure about the European version, but the American factory version will not play video DVD's while the vehicle is in motion, (Drivers area) due to laws against this. Also...just to cover the non-factory installs, most aftermarket indash DVD players have a safety switch which prevents the driver from playing DVD movies while driving the vehicle. The vehicle must be in park for the DVD player to play a movie.
There are several small "ribbon" connectors that can come loose very easily. They look like a flat ribbon like piece of plastic with a hard plastic piece on the end. They come out really easy. just look around