One day when i went to change the cd in my car it stopped workind and said "er 2". It wont play any of the six cds I know are in the player, nor will it eject any of them. I know there are cds in there because I was in the middle of listening to one when I tried to change the cd and it stopped working. please help
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!
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The same thing happened to me. Supposedly you can't put burn cd in that radio. So I need to get it fix or get a new one. I took out the radio fuse out waited about a minute, then put it back on. Now it works just fine but the only problem is that I won't be able to change the CDs that r in it. I'm stuck with the same six until I could get it fix but for now ill deal with it.
I have had the same problem with my 2003 Pilot single player. Over the life of the car, it has eaten 2 CDs and they are still in the player. CDs still play fine. How can I get them out? One is a library CD, and they want me to pay them for it. I'm not sure they believe that the car ate my CD.
Sometimes things just quit working. Not many parts on a car last a lifetime anymore. Chances are your stock radio has gone bad and it would'nt be worth while to have it fixed. Go to a ruputable audio place( best buy, circuit city) have an aftermarket radio/cd player installed, this would be the cheapest fix for your problem.
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.
I had the same problem. It is probably the laser reader for the CD player. I took it in to the dealer and was referred to a vender as the warranty had expired. I took it the vender 10 days ago and just had it re-installed today. Works well. BTW, the dealer took it out and send it to another company which repaired it and sent it back.