Question about Volkswagen Cars & Trucks
Its a vw polo 6n 1998, the cd player used to be working before however the old cd player has been replaced with a new working one and it does not work. there is power going to the cd player as my cd is able to eject however the actual cd player screen does not light up and will not play music on either cd or radio. there is power to the cd player so it cant be the fuse, and i dont know if its the wiring, but there seems to be a wire not connected but im not sure what that wire is for. ANY HELPS PLEASE!! Thanks
What color is the wire..it may be a memory lead..yellow or orange..some even have a power wire to the antenna so it will raise when the power is turned on..also may check the switches inside the unit that work with the eject part of the system..
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Jan 20, 2011
I would be concerned that you may have wired the stereo incorrectly, causing this shorting problem. I suggest that you take it to a stereo installer to check the wiring, as if it is wired correctly the stereo should at least light up with a new fuse in there. Unless the new fuse blew straight away when you put it in. The central lock is likely to be thrown off by the fact that the interior light isn't working, as it uses this input to figure out if the doors are open or shut. Check interior light fuse condition, and get the wiring you've done checked, would be my advice.
Posted on Oct 21, 2008
If the radio powers up, it's not a fuse problem. At least not with the radio itself. The door locks are most likely unrelated. We can address them separately. One thing at a time though.
My first suggestion would be to check for an engaged mute option. If that isn't it, my 2nd choice is the box that you mentioned, that the radio connects to. That is what is drawing my attention.
However I need to know more.
A bit of Question and Answer is needed to help you out. Just comment me back with the answers. OK?
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
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