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Pioneer cdxfm35 changer worked until had to change the battery in the car now the player comes on but cant hear thru the radio

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  • Fixya803 May 08, 2008

    My factory CD player worked in my 1998 Lincoln truck unitl I had my battery replaced and now it won't play either.

  • MGdave May 27, 2008

    I installled in a 1967 MGB-GT in trunk. when I use remote at 89.1(as in the manual) I get an error message. I reset the changer. Nothing worked. Power to the Changer. what's the problem?



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Try to seek fm station,maybe returns to default (87.9 to 89.7)

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