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It happened to me today and it passed after a while when i was arriving home. Try to reset it by taking the power source off for a couple of minutes then try again.
Don't forget about your system definitions, it will be restored to default.
i would love and try to help you. ok so your having a problem with your subwoofers when you put a cd in. well try to change the output of speakers to work when you put a cd in it should be on the car radio and also you can try reseting the car radio there should be a little button to reset it. If you need more help or this does really answer youe question let me know. Thanks
you simply have a speaker shorting in your car. Either an old speaker with a bad voice coil (short) or a speaker who's contact(s) are touching metal. This type of short or grounding will cause the internal audio amplifier to shut off to protect the radio's output circuit. To diagnose which speaker is the culprit, you'll need to disconnect all speaker leads from the radio and one by one re-connect them until the output shuts down again. The safe way to check is with a voltmeter. If you connect one side of your voltmeter to ground and test each speaker wire lead for continuity, you'll hear an audible "beep" whe you find the grounded wire/contact. A professional car audio shop can diagnose this for you if you're still having difficulty. Hope this information was helpful.
There is a small hole at the bottom of the stereo face that will reset the system. I pushed a pen tip into the hole and it turned the stereo off. When I removed the pen, the system turned on and the CD ejected. Problem solved.
- WHEN YOU KNOW WHAT YOUR RADIO CODE, TRY THIS: I JUST TRIED THIS ON MY 520 IN A HOLDEN VECTRA (1999) AND IT WORKS:
- HOLD DOWN THE 'AS' BUTTON UNTIL YOU HEAR A BEEP, THEN YOU GET THE FOLLOWING DISPLAY:
10 - - - -
- PRESS BUTTON NUMBER 1 UNTIL YOU GET THE FIRST DIGIT IN YOUR CODE
- PRESS BUTTON NUMBER 2 UNTIL YOU GET THE SECOND DIGIT IN YOUR CODE
- PRESS BUTTON NUMBER 3 UNTIL YOU GET THE THIRD DIGIT IN YOUR CODE
- PRESS BUTTON NUMBER 4 UNTIL YOU GET THE FOURTH DIGIT IN YOUR CODE
- HOLD DOWN THE 'AS' BUTTON UNTIL THE STEREO TURNS ON.
if the car battery had gone dead while it was in the garage you may have to press the reset button on the radio( if there is one, it would be behind the face and there will be raised print that says reset) if there is no reset button you can unplug the radio harness for about a minute or so to reset it.sometimes the fuse for the 12 volt ingnition can be the problem( on your radio it would be the fuse connected the red wire-if it is ejecting and giving you display the fuse connected to the yellow wire is good-