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My cd player in my toyota highlander 2010 it doesn't play any of cds,i could load cds but no music.the radio work fine .can any body help

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If I unplug all the wires from the CD player won't the security system lock up my stereo system? Which means that I have to go to a dealer to get the code from them.

Posted on Nov 01, 2008

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SOURCE: CD Error on Stereo (Not a code issue)

I have seen this a bunch of times always with the same result, take it to a audio repair facility, the sterio has a bad internal circut. No external "quick fix" that i know of

Posted on Nov 22, 2008

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Well if the cd player has a reset button push it and it might kick the cd out on it's own. But if it dont then try by removing the battery cable for 1 minute. When you power most electronics they go through a self diagnostic and might just eject the cd. If that dont work then there is only two other things you can do. 1 is to take a small pair of needle nosed pliers and CAREFULLY remove the cd. But this also takes the chance that you might hit something vital and trash the cd player! 2. Uninstall the cd player and remove the top And carefully push the cd out the same way it was put in. If you do get the cd out of the player then the first thing you should do is to put in a laser eye cleaning cd and clean the player. Then see if it comes out by itself. If it does not then it is time to buy a new cd player. KENWOOD cd players are one of the few that come with a reset button that will reset the deck and remove the cd automaticly. This is a very nice option. Good luck

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U don't have to remove anything, just get a laser lens cleaning disk from any store that carries music CD's Walmart has them for about $6

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SOURCE: cd player reads err on display

internal problem in radio,you would have to take it to a dealer to send out for you,

Posted on Jan 03, 2010

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