Question about 2002 Isuzu Rodeo
I don't think the cd changer mechanism is ok if it reads err continuously or with more than a few cd's.The lens may be dirty, but in many cases it may need a new cd-changer mechanism or another cd-changer altogether.
Posted on Oct 05, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1994 lexus ls 400, cd player
Hello I just purchased a 1991 Lexus LS400
I have one of those 6 cd changers and got "err" when I started up the CD.
Here is what I tried and the result
1. I took out the CD,s replaced with new ones and it played but only for a bit, then even the new CD's got the err message
2. I then though maybe dust and/ or dirt so I took out the 6 pack of CD's and blasted compressed air into the unit from a can of computer cleaner compressed air. Lost the err message but then came back
3. Read a few other ideas on the problem and then tried the old hair dryer trick. (I am a long term live a board boater and have brought back may mis-behaving electronic devices that have moisture issues with the hair drier) However the hair drier did not do away with the err message.
4. two more boating tricks I thought of... I wiped down each leaf of the CD pack with rubbing alcohol
and actually got a good deal of dirt off the plastic, finally and probably the solution I sprayed some "wire dryer" a light spray then a mist.( Wire dryer made by Gunk is a spray can of a liguid we used all the time to get cars started in the cold weather, even got a better connection by spraying on battery wires to get the sailboat diesel started with an almost dead battery.)
I Waited a few minutes put back the cd holder and it worked.
It has been about 6 hours and it is still running like a champ.
could have been the combination or just the wire dryer...not very scientific maybe it will help
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
This is the Radio Anti Theft feature which is activated whenever there is a complete power loss to the radio (as in when it is stolen out of the car). A Honda Tech or ASE Certified Auto Tech would have plugged in a Memory Minder into the OBDII slot to not only prevent this, but also protect the Main ECM from resetting which could create drivability issue.
If the Honda is now registered in your name, take it to your local Honda Dealer. They should be able to pull the Radio Serial number without removing it like in the older Hondas, simply a matter of pushing the right buttons. With the Radio Serial Number, Your Proof of Ownership (Registration) and a Photo ID that matches it, either the Parts Department Or Service should be able to give you a Radio Code for it.
As for the CD ERR codes, the CD player probably is broken and will need to be sent out by Honda to a outside facility to be repaired. That will probably run between $250 to $350, plus the labor cost to remove it and reinstall it.
If you just bought this Honda, or any vehicle, I always strongly recommend having a Manufacture Dealership do at least a oil change on it and check what other services may be due, you might also discover it has Recalls that have yet to be completed that they can take care of for you. Catch the little problems before they ruin that Great Deal you just got buying it.
Strongly suggest you also join Hondas “OwnersLink”, you can find it on the Honda web site under Owners Resources links. In the future you can use this to recover your Radio code after you’ve been registered for awhile. Also keeps you notified of Recalls, Service Issues and even sends out Discount coupons (Latest is a $119 trunk cargo trays for $39, that is a Fantastic Deal).
Posted on May 04, 2009
SOURCE: CD Changer not reading CDs
See if the cd has cratches on it or not, and try to play it in other cd changer if it works then your cd changer must be checked by a technichian in cd changers
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
The in-trunk units have a tendancy to go bad. you can take the cover plastic interior cover off to access the CD changer, un bolt the changer, and visualy inspect the two rollers for debris, or missing /broken gears that move the rollers to take the CD from the CD cartrage to the player. if that looks fine, chances are that the laser went bad (common in rear mount units) and you can order a new one from Jeep, or you can remove it and update the in-dash head to an aftermarket of your choice (& yes you steering wheel controls will still work). you could also fit a more modern MP3 unit where the Changer was.
Posted on Feb 22, 2010
Testimonial: "thank you so much!I will see if that is the problem and if so, off to the store I go.I actually wasn't to keen on the cd changer being in the back."
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