Question about 2002 Suzuki Aerio
My cd player keeps saying error 6 an wont play my cds
Posted by Anonymous on
or get it fixed for more cash.
simple decision. , upgrade to media center, and use flash sticks full of songs, CD are dead.
Posted on Mar 25, 2015
Error #6 is the disk can not be read because it is upside down. If you are getting this error and the disk is in fact right side up you have other problems with the unit such as the Read Write Head is dirty or damaged. Possible that something got in there inserting and removing a disk. You have to remember the small size of the working components here does not require much to muck up the whole system. If this happens with all the disks you try make sure they are clean and devoid of surface damage as scratches will make it impossible to read. Remember this is an optical drive so Fingerprints and Scratches are not part of the language these things read. If it is just the same disk, get a different one. As I've had happen to me that code ended up being a trip to buy a new unit on sale with free installation as it died. But that is what the code means.
Posted on Mar 22, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: cd stuck in cd changer
You could take the radio out and take it apart, but you would still have an $1800 CD. Suggest forgetting about the CD, and getting an aftermarket installed for much less.
Posted on Mar 07, 2009
1800 BUCKS?!?!?!? Sounds like the dealer is trying to rip you off. Aint no way a replacement head unit should cost that much money. Best bet is too ask around and get prices for replacement head units or head to a car audio shop (a good one, not one of those "here today gone tommorrow" type places) and buy one. A good head unit should run you between 200-400 depending on the cash your willing to lay out for it. As far as the CD goes, chalk it up as a loss and buy a new one.
Posted on Apr 10, 2009
Complete BS. i worked at a suzuki dealership in australia for three years and this is a common problem among others with there head unit in this model eg. not ejecting cds, numerous error codes non repairable, bad reception, the list goes on. i recommend take it further.
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
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SOURCE: i can't get any power
Okay, you need to put power two the black/white wire and power to the white/red wire then ground the black wire and that will power up the radio to get cd out. hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 31, 2010
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