Question about 2005 Mitsubishi Galant
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Infinity 6 disc cd player
We have the same problem with ours the codes are in the owners manual however they tell you to take it to the dealership and that was $50 for them to look at it and $1500 for a whole new stereo. Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
SOURCE: Hi what does Error 03 mean?
My endeavor has done this error 3 a couple of times and the cd changer basically shuts off all lights and won't do anything. Someone on another solution page said to slide a credit card back and forth in the cd opening to fix the problem. I've done this both times and it has made the changer play again as if nothing had happened : )
Posted on Nov 27, 2009
Dirty CDs can skip or just stop playing For best results, use a CD cleaning fluid and anti-static cloths made for cleaning CDs. If these tips don't help you might have to buy another copy of your CD, but first try it in another player because some CD players are more sensitive than others to scratches.The last option is to replace the CD Head by taking to a nearest service provider.
Posted on Dec 28, 2009
When the Check Engine light comes on, it means the vehicles onboard diagnostic system has sensed a problem. So, obviously you should try to find out what the problem is.Can be something as simple as a loose or defective gas cap,or a sreious problem such as a failing catalytic converter.
Although there may not be any symptoms, you can still damage your vehicle.
When the Service Engine Soon or Check Engine light comes on, you have a few options. You can take your car to the dealer and open your wallet, or, if you live near an AutoZone store, you can go there and they'll read the code for free. Then you can take that code to a site such as http://www.obd-codes.com/ or get a repair manual if you are going to attempt the repairs yourself. and search on that code. An example of a code is P0300 whick indicates a miss has been detected.
The site http://www.obd-codes.com/ is a great site that has some detailed articles on how to fix specific trouble codes. One thing just because a code indiactes a problem with a specific part .such as an EGR valve or TPS for example,dont just replace the part amay be suggested by the store giving you the free code reading. A code reading is onlt the first step in a diagnosis,proper testing using a DVOM,wiring diagrams,pressure and vacuum gages,are needed to avoid replacing unneeded parts.
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Posted on May 09, 2010
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