Whenever i go over bumps in my truck or on a dirt road.. my deck will turn off.. not skip.. it will turn off.. and not just like someone cut the power to it.. it will do its shutdown process.. tell me goodbye and go on its way.
Is there any way to fix this?
Thanks in advance.
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CD disk bad. (audio disc bad or scratched)
or CD dont really support disk media format , is this a CDDA or MP3
some early MP3 disc drives do MP3 very poorly
or skips when you hit bumps in the road.
only that disc skips.?
is your cd player loose in the dash because if it dont have supports aroud it the it will move and make cds skip... i have a jvs cd player in my lowrider tuck with fast bags and i hop it all the time and it dont skip
No, the CD changer by nature, is more stable than a standard deck, because of the design. If yours is skipping I am willing to be the laser is just a bit off track, and a simple clean, and adjust will take care of your problem..
hi its probably the fuel cut off switch. in an impact an enerchia switch will cut off the fuel pump. your local dealer will tell you where its fitted and its just a push of the switch and away it will go.
This can happen for several different reasons.
1. The dampers (oil filled shock absorbers) are leaking and need to be replaced. You can check this by taking the unit out and opening it up and then remove the CD deck. In each corner of the CD deck you will see a small rubber looking device that the internal mech floats on when a disc is engaged. It is attached to the internal mech by only a small metal peg. Check each corner for these. Make sure they are not leaking anything. It is usually a white looking substance that feels like grease. Ant time even one of them go bad or get popped out of place, it will skip on every bump.
2. Try cleaning the lens. Sometimes a dirty lens will make the CD player skip much easier than it is supposed skip. You can buy a cleaning disc at most retail outlets that sell CD and DVD players. Run it as directed in the instructions.
3. one or more springs are streched out a little. These mechs have many springs in them and if one is a little streched it will cause skipping. If you find a loose spring, it will need to be replaced.
4. Weak laser output. A weak laser will also cause a unit to skip. If this is the case the laser pick up will need to be replaced. There is no fix for a weak laser other than replacing it.
5. Spindle motor problems. A spindle motor with even a tiny bit of oxidation in the windings can cause skipping when you hit a bump.
There are also a few other things that can cause this same issue. It is not an easy thing to fix without some training on this type of equipment.
Is this an "Aiwa" or is this a factory unit that cmae with the car when it was brand new. I don't think that Aiwa is an OEM radio, but I could be wrong. I fix aftermarket radios only. So I am not real familiar with all the OEM models.
If this is an aftermarket Aiwa radio, you should take it to a service center to get an estimate. If it is an OEM radio, it is most likely going to be very expensive to fix and a good aftermarket radio would really serve you better.
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