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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had this say problem with my 2000 solara. Here is the fix, remove one of the car battery terminals for a couple of mins (3-4mins). The reattach the battery terminal back. This would make your cd player and car clock reset. once you start your car you should be able to eject the cds. You'll just need to reprogram all your preset radio station. Hope it helps
Posted on Aug 12, 2008
91 toyota corolla radio wiring
i checked 2 resources and they match , have you tries this schematic , see if you have a match to your cars wiring . actually this code matched corolla 88-92 , and also i checked all models of corolla and it matched , and from looking at the connector this is the order they are in
looking at the connector , the only thing i don't see is the green illumination wire . if this is not a match , please comment back , what your wires are , and i will match them . thanks
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
Hi Peter, since there's no english language support in honda navi systems, my suggestion is to scrap the head unit and buy an aftermarket one. Kenwood or JVC 2-din units are compatible with Honda systems. If you have steering control, install SWI interface module (google: pac swi). If you have reverse camera, check that the player have CCD input. If the aftermarket unit have built-in GPS, make sure you load the map for your country. You can get a decent one for about USD400 (c/w CD / DVD / MP3 player and all those new stuffs).
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
you may have to use needle nose pliers to pull them out or remove the radio and open it up and remove them also take a look at the drive belt it may have broke, there are many electrionic places that will repair it if you remove it and take it to them, most of the one i run into broke a belt or 2cds were jamed inside it.
Posted on Mar 01, 2010
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