Question about 2003 Pontiac Vibe
Recently ran battery dead and then boosted it. I have guessed this has affected the cd player. In a previous forum you said you had the solution. I have a stock system, three cd's inserted, no cd player buttons respond. Another person has suggested disconnecting the battery for thirty seconds to reboot the radio. What do you think? Your help is appreciated.
I blew a fuse controlling the radio, charging system, turn signals, heater fan, ,etc..this ran down my battery.
When I replaced the fuse, the CD player would not respond, but the radio worked.
I disconnected the battery for over 30 seconds, hooked it back up, and the time reset on the radio to 12:00 and the CD player works again.
Posted on Feb 27, 2010
Disconnect battery or take fuse out (easier).
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