Question about 2004 Isuzu Rodeo
Hi, As I tried to eject 4 CDs from my player yesterday, It appears to have jammed. The image of CD 1 flashes and theres an E01 message. How and I fix this? Can I try to do it myself...that's my preference and if not, what's the most economical way to fix it? Thanks!
Kathy in north TX
Hi, if its the standard matsushita (Panasonic) double DIN head unit then unfortunately it's a mechanical issue, and due to the intricacy of this fine autochanger it is beyond economical repair, check: http://www.browse.to.it/c6.html for the picture, It's a new unit, to test 1st disconnect the old (broken) CD unit and check that it's the same make (ie not Sanyo) and with the same connector and that the radio functions 100% - Duncan
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