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No code or series of buttons, sounds like you blew a fuse.
Check your vehicle's user manual for fusebox location and check the fuses. There is also a fuse on the back of the deck itself that may have blown.

Xtreme Sound... | Answered on May 04, 2011


If your unit has an AUX IN then use that, otherwise you need to utilize the IP Bus system (the place where a CD change would hook up). If that's the case you will need to purchase and adapter from the manufacturer or Crutchfield.com

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Xtreme Sound... | Answered on Mar 12, 2009


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Xtreme Sound... | Answered on Sep 25, 2008


It sounds like if it only works a day or two and then you disconnect it and re-connect it, and it works again for a day or two, I don't think the problem is how you are connecting it. I think the radio needs to be reset every couple of days. If it has a reset button, just press that and it will at least keep you from disconnecting it and reconnecting it.

This also sounds like it has an internal electronic problem. When you disconnect the radio, it resets the microprocessor. You should have it checked out by a service center, or if you do not want to spend any money on this radio, just get a new one.

Xtreme Sound... | Answered on Jul 07, 2008


you can buy the proper harness for any vehicle at most stereo shops or even some at WalMart, but you have to hook it to the one that plugs into the radio. The colors on each harness will be identical- just match them up.

Xtreme Sound... | Answered on Dec 09, 2007


My guess is that when you pushed the player into the dash, you pinched a power wire, resulting in a blown fuse. Check the vehicle's fuse box. Most vehicles have at least two fuses that provide power to the radio, though they may not all be labeled as radio fuses. You may need to check all the fuses in the vehicle, including any fuse box under the hood.

Xtreme Sound... | Answered on Aug 07, 2007


is there a cd already in it? Try hitting the eject button(it couldn't hurt!).If you bought it 'New',take it back to the store where you purchased it fromand relate your tale of woe,If it's a reputable dealer they'll probably give you an exchange(try to get a differant brand the tuners on the 303's kinda suck). If you bought it used,..well now you know why the other guy got himself a new one! Sorry! Hope this helped!

Xtreme Sound... | Answered on Apr 18, 2007


The power supply is going bad on you. I would suggest buying a new head unit as Xtreme Sound has little quality to offer in the first place ;)

Xtreme Sound... | Answered on Apr 10, 2006


OK. very careful take a small drill bit, drill one hole on each side of the face holder the part the shows when the stereo is mounted drill juts enough to insert a pin or find a nail about half inch with the head so you can put it in when you close the latch (note.) the latch is hollow so you can drill about one 1/8 be very careful when you drill tape the tip of the drill bit so you don't drill more than what you need. It works I have my for a year good luck. motoroil

Xtreme Sound Car... | Answered on Aug 24, 2013


The reason for this would most likely be that there is a disc stuck in the cd mech that has not returned to the magazine. It could also be a bad gear or belt, in fact there are a variety of things that can cause this. Unless you have some experience with this, I suggest that you take it to a service center. Ask them what they would charge to remove the magazine only and then return it to you. Sometimes they get stuck for odd reasons that may not happen again. If you ask them to just fix the cd changer, you will pay more for the repair if it only requires getting the magazine out to fix it. Then you can put it back in and see if it will work. Try it first with no disc in it, just in case it gets jammed again you will not have a cd in it. If it cycles thru its intialization process and you can still eject the magazine, there is a good chance it will work for you and then try a disc in it.

Many service centers will remove a stuck magazine for just $25 or so, but if you leave it for a repair you will spend much more even if there is nothing more wrong with it. I have been working in this field for nearly 20 years and have worked at 4 different service centers in that time, and every one of them did the same thing.

If the cd changer still doesn't work, take it back and see if they will apply the amount you have paid towards a repair. Believe me, you do not want to start taking these types of equipment apart if you don't need to. You may never get it back together again working right. They can be a real nightmere.

Xtreme Sound Car... | Answered on Nov 06, 2008


Fixya does not sell remote controls.

Car Audio &... | Answered 18 hours ago

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