Hi I have a sonata 1999 with a HC-6020H 6 disc cd changer. For some reason it keeps coming up with a Error 6 message. It dosent do it all the time. Someone said its bad discs but it will play the discs fine one time then the next come up with the error. Any suggestions?
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A couple of different possibilities here but this is a typical problem when it comes to the MB cd changers. Before ruling the cd changer bad, check the spring settings on the sides of the changer. Make sure they are in the 'H' position since it sits in the glovebox. The Mercedes cd changers don't have a reset button. 95% of the time its the cd changer that is bad when this scenario happens. Its caused by a linkage that gets knocked out of place internally of the cd changer. Also try not to use burned or homemade cd's as they can also cause the cd changer not to read the discs anymore.If your cd changer is brand new or a factory rebuild then the dealer should change it out no problem since MB cd changers are known for this problem. Also the version coding needs to done to configure the D2B fiber optic ring properly.
reset your radio by unplugging your battery for an hour and plug it in to see what happens. if not then time to replace. these cd players look nice and all cuz they are 6 disc but dont read mp3 well and get stuck easily with thicker cds
Hi have a nice day! Check EVAP Emission Control System Vent Circuit.
The evaporative system prevents hydrocarbon (HC) vapors from the fuel tank escaping into the atmosphere where they would form photochemical smog. Gasoline vapors are collected in the charcoal canister. The Canister Close Valve (CCV) closes off the air inlet to the canister for leak detection of the evaporative emission system. The CCV also prevents fuel vapors from escaping from the canister. When the engine purges HC vapors from canister, the clean air comes into the canister through canister air-filter and CCV.
If open error message displayed is "P0447"
If shorted error message is "P0448"