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begin with the easy one. code is for battery disconnect.(if you had the battery disconnected while installing that will explain it) if you ground the antenna wire to the chassis does it still spark? Is it a power antenna? I'd make sure that somehow the clock and radio wiring is not reversed and that the radio is well grounded (you can add a ground from the case to the main dash rail if you need to. As with any used item, there is a possibility also that there is just something wrong with the radio, but I don't think that yet!
you need to check you owners manual in the glove box under the radio section,your car probably has a six cd box under a seat or in a console but it should tell you where,or even stop in a ford garage and have them show you where it is
I don't have a solution, but I have the same problem with our '04 Sedona. It just happened yesterday. I tried the reset button and it worked. My volume wasn't way up like yours, but my radio did reset. We have an extended warranty, so hopefully if this is going to happen again, our warranty will cover it. Thank you for posting your problem!
You basically have two options. As a former Infiniti service advisor I can tell you that we probably replaced 10 radios a month. Depending on the radio it is either manufactured by Clarion or Panasonic. You can either try to find one at a salvage yard as cheap as possible, or take it to a radio repair shop that specializes in factory car radios. We used to have a local shop who would take the radio out diagnose it and tell you what it would cost to fix it for like 40.00. Unfortunately, there isn't a whole lot you can do. It's likely not the laser but the mechanism that shuffles the cds.
read my other solution on the other one you posted. yes, the fuse is more-than-likely blown. but also you wired it completely wrong. look on my other solution on the other one you posted, it has the correct wiring diagram. there are 2 wires on the wiring diagram i posted that have the lights. one red is the int.light, and the other one is the turn signal wiring.
well on mine, I have to turn off the sat. radio before the kids can watch dvd and I can only listen to radio or cd while they watching dvd. I don't even know if you are able to listen to dvd through them speakers, because it came with headsets. I know I am not big help, but I think you have to change something on the front radio. If nobody else can answer your question, than I will look tomorrow to see how I turn on my dvd player and tell you what I have to push.