Along with the sun roof not closing, the hatchback closing on my head, the seat belts not working, the visor has been replaced like 3 times, and the car burning through alignments and tires, my 2005 scion tc cd changer has not worked in about 2 yrs now! When I attempt to put it in cd mode it reads the error 4 and if i try to insert or eject cd it shifts to fm mode. Really annoying having a nic 6 cd changer I payed so much extra for, and it doesnt even play 1! Can somebody give me better advice then to take it to the dealer?! I want to fix it myself!
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2000 bmw 528i,my cd changer also reads no cds,this seem to be a common problem with all bmw cd changer.Anyway i removed the cd changer from my car,took the outside black cover apart only to see that a white big wheel came of its place,(its the wheel that holds the cd in place from the top (bottom wheel is black attached directly to the motor,as the cd is sandwitched between the black,and white wheels) .if that wheel is out of place the cd will not turn inside the changer for the eye to read it,so your radio screen will read NO CD OR NO DISC.Very easy fix,just place the wheel in its place,and everything worked fine,it took me 20 minutes to fix. p.s : 1- you do need to make sure you have an original cd in for testing it. 2- you do not need to recode your cd changer at the dealer if you have an old bmw,dealer will need to recode cd changers for 2006 and up. Good luck.
OK...I had the same sort of thing happen to the cd player in my parents echo, the player wouldn't read the cds and the seek would go up to 99, but I was able to eject them.
This is where the fun starts...I popped the player out of the car and took it apart....the laser head wasn't moving, so I put a small bit of electronic safe oil on it and manually moved it back and forth myself to spread the oil around. put the player back together, put it back in the car and it worked fine afterwards.
I don't know what to tell you thought about it not ejecting.