Question about Pioneer DEH-425 CD Changer
This cd player came with the used car I bought. It worked for a while then for some reason started acting funny. Then just quit altogether. I thought it may have been the fuse and I've checked them and they are fine. I think there is power coming to the CD player (I used the volt meter red on the yellow wire and black on the black wire) but the cd player still wont work. Is it something that has to do with my car or the player. Im not an electrician so Im kinda clueless when it comes to that stuff but I don't know if I need to take apart the cd player to see if something is broken in it. I really don't want to buy another one!!! :(
A-ha, 425, this is an old unit,they all are stop working!!, have you check the yellow and red, both must have (12.6v-13.8v) and of course a good ground.
Posted on Sep 17, 2007
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