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Discs will not play or eject
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: CD player Error 3
I have different experiance with the C.Dplayer ( error 3 ) , there is no need to remove it nor send it to the dealer ,all you have to do when you have `` Error 3 `` is to reset the C.D player , by recycling the power supply ,this can be done by disconnecting the main car battery power supply , you must also keep the battery disconnected for at least one hour . then connect the cables to the batteries ,when you start the C.D player you will hear some clicking sound ,and watch the numbers of the C.D`s in the display you will find all what is inside has been detected by the display .
and your C.D player is back to normal..
i discovered ths by chance , when I had this error in the past ,coincidently I had to replace the battery and after installing the new batteries ,i was suprised to see the player back to normal condition by its self.
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
35 psi is the assigned "maximum load" pressure for standard load tires and 41 psi is the assigned "maximum load" pressure for extra load tires.
Posted on May 20, 2009
you may have to use needle nose pliers to pull them out or remove the radio and open it up and remove them also take a look at the drive belt it may have broke, there are many electrionic places that will repair it if you remove it and take it to them, most of the one i run into broke a belt or 2cds were jamed inside it.
Posted on Mar 01, 2010
You could try resetting it by disconnecting the battery for a few minutes, or pulling the fuse.
The same thing happened to me. I took the dash out and got to the disc changer and took the cd out... seems to be working fine now. This always happens when try to put a CD in before the player can catch it. The trick is to press the LOAD button, wait for the GREEN light, and then insert the CD. Try that.
This is a "mechanical error" and is probably due to a jammed disk. If the previous task dont work, once you get it I think the only solution is to pull the audio unit and replace it or repair it. Your dealer will have access to a hotline for specific audio related problems. Sorry I could'nt help you more!
Posted on Jun 21, 2011
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