Hello, The stereo has a CD stuck in it and just says ERR.
Is there a way to remove the CD? I have disconnected the battry as the owner's manual recommends. It did not help. Also, I would like to know how to remove the stereo to replace or have it repaired. Any illustrations/ instructions? Thanks, Mike VA
Re: Hello, The stereo has a CD stuck in it and just says...
Yes you can remove the CD , how did it get stuck, during loading or when you tried to eject it? Is it a multi disk Player or a single cd player and is the loader in the trunk of the vehicle?
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You might try resetting the CD player by removing all power, BUT this requires disconnecting the battery! If you're not familiar w/that process, take it to a shop.
NOTE YOU WILL LOSE YOUR Presets on the radio and you may need to also reconnect your keyless remote fobs. Read up in the Owner's Manual about how to do that.
If that doesn't work, you'll need to remove the CD Player from the car and manually try to open/retrieve the stuck CD.
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Chances is it bounced out of its supported location and lodged it`s self inside the stereo. The stereo will have to be removed and taken apart to retrieve the disc if your not sure how to disassemble then take to dealer
err-3 means you have entered incorrect anti-theft radio code more that three times.If you do not have radio code you can most of the time find the code card tucked away in the owners manual pouch.(looks like a bussiness card)If you are unable to find card you would have to pull radio from dash and retrive stereo serial number,which is on bottom side of radio.once you have s/n you can take s/n to any acura dealership(has to be a dealer)and they can get radio code for that stereo through Honda Corp.once you have correct radio code you will need to first unplug radio,or disconnect battery to reset radio memory,then type in radio code.again if entered incorrectly 3x ,radio would need to be reset again too clear error codes.good luck!
This is not a fuse problem, it may be a dirty laser lens or a broken loading mechanism, buy a CD player cleaner disk, if that won't work you will have to pull the unit out and send it in for repair at an authorized GM electronics repair station.
Usually this problem will occur when the battery has been disconnected. Have you tried your reset code, which originally should have been located just inside the owner's manual. Make sure you read the instructions, please you only get a couple of tries at a time.