Question about 2002 Mercedes-Benz S-Class
The CD changer is full but the CD is not loading, I guess. I try to open the trunk and reset, the CD changer would not even pop up. I ask the shop which service my car. They cannot get it out neither, they ask me to bring it to an audio shop.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi, Joe here to help. The cd changer is at fault. You need to replace the changer. The system is on a fiber optic loop which cuts out the sound if can not complete that loop.
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
First of all may i say i feel your pain. literally. the same thing happened to mine. here is what i did
Firstly i needed into a locked boot urgently (for wifes wheelchair)
so i cut a rectangle out of the boot put my hand in and pulled the release mechanism, that worked but left me with a hole in my boot.
I suggest that you try this instead.
remove back seat
the central locking pump is located next to the battery (black box with yellow air lines going into it.)
Unplugg the filler cap cover air line, then unplugg the boot air line and put it into the filler cap cover socket.
now when you unlock the car the boot should automatically open.
If it does not the problem it on the boot air line and you should strip the trim out of the boot to check, but you still have to get in and may have to do what i did initially.
If changing the air line worked then you will soon get tired of having to shut the boot everytime i solved this problem by routing the filler cap air line to a pnuematic switch (LEGO) This switches between the boot and the filler cap. bit naff but it works and cheaper than having to replace pump and have computer and keys re-coded total cost around £600.
op that helps
Posted on May 01, 2009
there should be jump ports under the hood if you hook up a set of jumper cables to them it will give you the power you need to open the truck to replace to battery.
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
1. Place the ignition key in position #2. That's the one just befor the starter engages. (My owners manual said position #1, but that didn't work.)
2. Bring up the odometer/mileage reading on the screen, and then scroll until you get the FSS display. (Flexible Service Schedule) That's the one that shows how many miles until the next servicing.
3. Press the "R" (reset button) on the instrument panel for about 2 seconds and release. The display should change to ask you if you want to reset the reading.
4. Press and HOLD the "R" button again until the mileage resets.
Note: Sometimes it won't work if any of the doors are open. Make sure all doors are closed.
Posted on Dec 29, 2009
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