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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the cd changer is malfunctioning, the factory cd changers usually don't last that long because of the heavy use and many mechanical puts
Posted on Aug 14, 2008
SOURCE: CD changer will not accept
I got the ERROR 3 on my Lexus RX330 2004 CD changer, and fixed this problem myself. My CD changer now works fine for more than one month after the repair, and hopefully will continue to work in the future )))) First, I opened top cover of changer ( about 8 screws ). Next step is most difficult - need to detach 4 tiny springs on top corners that hold metal top plate and keep them in the same place not allowing them to fall down (detach the spring, then hook the top with paper clip as to not let the bottom come detached and lose the spring inside). I used paper clips for holding the springs on the coners of the metal frame. Next need to take the metal plate out and then all plastic CD trays with CDs, the plastic trays may jam a little when being lifted out, but they will come out. Take all CDs and don't use them in the changer anymore. Seems the CD changer doesn't like CD-R's. So, use original CDs. Actually I an going to record new CD's using good blank media from good manufactures, will try to see whats gonna happen. So, take out all plastic CD trays keep them in order and facing the right way. After removing all CDs put all things back. Do everything very gently because all parts very precise and easy to break. The cd changer showed "Error 3" for the rest of the evening but then next day was fine and has been working fine since then. I think the computer had to be reset overnight to clear that error. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to PM me.
Posted on Dec 12, 2008
SOURCE: CD Player wont take a CD
A lot of the electronics need resetting. Disconnect the radio(easier to just do it at the battery and restore power after a few minutes and let the computer reset) see if it resets the audio system. Otherwise you're looking at a remove/send in for repair and or replace the head unit. Its a nice radio but at the cost I just replaced mine with aftermarket. Depending on system you have(Bose-amplified or non-Bose ) you will need a Metra GMOAS-04 or 01 to retain warning chimes. I can get them cheap...let me know which way you want to go? Good luck!
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
Had the same problem on our 03 yukon (not the changer but the main head unit) - have a 3rd party waranty and they replaced it. You can get the part for less than 300$ and it's easy to install.
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
SOURCE: 3 days ago, i went
I ran into the problem and it was corrosion on the battery terminals. on the inside against the battery. also check the the terminals for good connection.
Posted on Dec 26, 2010
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