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Trip was Glenwood Village to 300 Bartle Road. Drop of 4:46. I have tried all Uber avenues but want my phone back
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: passenger seat adjustment
I had the same problem when I first got my 2003 also. I played with it for a while and kept pushing down the levers on both sides and it finally caught. I haven't had a problem since.
Posted on Oct 08, 2008
Hi, this is a common problem with in car cd players. the shock absorber can only protect the internals from a minimal amount of shock that will be distributed from the road and normal driving situations. there is a mechanism inside the CD player(changer) that will become unstable over time. this will allow for many mechanisms that make up the unit to loosen and separate from the original structure design, in return, allowing the lens assembly to become jammed or misaligned.
When this happens, the only option is to take to a local audio electronics store like best buy. they will have audio tech in store that can disassemble the entire device to retrieve the Cd's inside. the actual cd changer itself will have to be rebuilt or replaced.
You can also take your car to the dealership for this extraction as well.
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Posted on May 14, 2009
If you are serious about 'vapor lock', then this symptom will/would show up during a fuel pressure test/check. Did they check this? The fuel pressure on the 2003 Elantra is 350 kpa (3.5 kg/cm, 49.8 psi). At this pressure, there would be NO vapor lock. Now, if the fuel pump is 'INTERMITTENTLY' dropping in fuel pressure, it will 'fuel-starve' the engine & the engine management fuel ADAPTIVES will show a shift in the fuel trims (lean condition) by adjusting the fuel trim adaptives to + (more fuel) by keeping the injectors open longer. However, this may not be the problem. There are numerous systems which could be the cause, OR two or more systems contributing to the problem. The best advice is to have this condition properly diagnosed. Since you've taken it to 3 different dealers already, perhaps you should find a 4th.
Posted on Jun 29, 2011
Just had this problem. Radio comes on, no sound (or it would make a loud static sound if you hit the radio or ramdomly on it's own), everything else is fine, display, CD works etc.. So I bought an identical used replacement radio on ebay, still not working and the same problem.
Then I found a post that suggested looking in the trunk and found that one of the plastic terminals for the wires on the rear speaker had broken off. Wiggled it, and the radio came on.
Problem? Stuffing too much junk in the trunk caused the problem, it snapped the plastic clip where the speaker wire is soldered in (connection was in fact still good), and then it shorted.
Hope that helps.
Posted on Sep 12, 2012
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