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there are 2 ways to find out on most jeeps, some only 1.
did you lose the operators guide?
it answers this?
1: the EVIC display tells you. EVIC= Electronic Veh. info Center. (its a day 1 option(new cars)
2: works on all jeeps, use scan too to see this error (DTC)
I have the same problem..but i fixed that. if u have the same type with mine; TCL split type ac, TAC-42CF/A,380V 3N~. Then u can try this.
1. open indoor panel.
2. find 2 cable in socket pcb that is p11 And P12, u plug p12 on p11,and p11 on p12.
3. if not solved, try the same just like point 2 on power suply 3phase cable R.S.T try S to R, or else.
4. hopefully ur problem solved.
Hi there: The E1 error code means the CD is upside down, dirty, or the wrong data format (CD-DA)
If you have tried several other disks and are having the same error message you can try to clean the optics with compressed air in a can like dust-off. If that does not resolve the problem you will have to contact an authorized service center for repair.
sounds like you got a bad wire, when you crank the engine its pulling all voltage away from it and causing the reset, for the proper repair consult the dealer or certified garage as there are many wires and many grounds that can cause you to loose power to other unrelated devices in your car
ok error code 1, look for this error code on your owners manual, toyota cd players give 3 error codes, this mean error code 1, error code 2, and error code 3, they all have different meaning please check owners manuel to see what does error 1 mean i will try looking for you
Well I had a 1990 Xj6 with an aftermarket cd-changer in the trunk and it didn't work, so when I took it to an audio specialist he said that it needed to be replaced. But what he did say is that most manufactures use the same connection cables for their products, ex. Sony plugs will work on all Sony cd-changers. I now have a 1994 Jaguar XJ6 and I have the same error code. I know that Jaguar installed Alpine CHM-S620 cd-changers. So in theroy you could go to an audio store and get the same cd-changer and it should have the same plugs so you wont need to rewire anything. I havent done it yet because I just bought the 1994.