The head deck wont play cd's for more than 3sec before it turns off and when you turn the volume up on the radio it turns off the head unit, it continuely does this... the fuse is fine, the wires are connected fine whats wrong with it
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It sounds like your radio receiver or even antennae may not be properly shielded or are failing. Here is a great website link that helped me troubleshoot a similar issue . Identifying and suppressing radio interference
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These unit's have that problem. It is the reader inside of the deck, you can try cleaning it, but this is usually why they are replaced. Also the mode switch that activates the radio part will not change because it is telling the unit it is in CD and keeps searching for a disc. GM has the same problem, because they are also using the same kind of decks on the inside. Did it ever play a disc for you? The track that holds the CD inside may have been damaged by an accident, and it has fallen off the track, this could be fixed, it is just finding someone honest enough to do it, without "stealing" your time and money. I am sure you have tried to hit the eject button. Insert a disc(one you don't care about)and see if it will play. If it ejects it then you will know it is the track. Because it can not find the mode for play. Goodluck
check for loose connections at your speakers and sub. If you have a loose connection, they can ground the other out... look closely for loose strands that may short it out. most of the amps have overload protection and cut out when there's a short/ground out issue..
I had this happen on my sub and it acted like the whole system was cutting out.
This is different on every stereo, but generally the RCA ports in the back of the stereo are labeled "Aux" or something to that extent.
First, you must purchase a headphone jack to RCA cable which can connect to both your stereo and your ipod.
Connect the cable, turn your ipod on and start playing a song. Turn the volume on the stereo to a moderate volume so you can hear when the song is being played through your stereo. Then, using the selector switch, turn the stereo from "Radio" to "Aux" or whatever it says next to the the RCA plug ins on the back.
Does your car have a premium sound system? Assuming that your cd deck is fine, try connecting your remote turn on wire from the sony to the corresponding wire on the car(if you bought a wiring harness, just match colors). Also some chryslers used a ground to turn on the amps.. a black wire with a female connector as well as a heavy ground ribbon cable... connect those 2 AND the ground to your stereo to enable the amplifiers.
The procedure for mostly all Honda CRVs are the same as follows: 1) Turn off your radio with the ignition switch turned on. 2) Press #1 and #6 on your radio simultaneously. While holding these numbers pressed in, turn on the radio and watch the console on the radio. It will display two sets of numbers which will switch back and forth like U251 1 and L362 2. Take these numbers down and call any Honda dealer with them. With these numbers, any Honda dealer will be able to get you the code. If you are lucky they may not charge you but it will be worth a small fee.
The dealer will give you a number like 42351 or so. Turn your ignition off and enter these numbers - then turn your ignition back on and your radio should come on. Keep fiddling with this procedure until you hit it right.
Hi sounds like you have the audio out from the cd changer connected to the RCA/Phono out of the radio.
double check that the output from the CD changer is going into the correct phono/rca connector