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Definetely nothing works perfectly like the original part.But if you can alter accordingly it may try to lock. use a good sharp tool to make this corrrection. Otherwise you will need to check with sony service for the original part. Have you tried mending the broken one with an instant glue. most of the present day ones are very good and might stand up with a reenforcements with metal wire stuck along with a soldering iron. So try this out. Good day
Make sure you purchased the correct audio kit for your car year and model. If you did, check with custom audio stores and check their kit, usually theirs always work, but will cost you about $25. Expensive for just a plu.
Just had the same problem. It would say Track 63, and nothing would work. We have a 2001 Beetle, and on a road trip, it stopped working while we were driving and listening to CDs.
From another post, someone suggested removing the negative cable from the battery post. Tried this and it still did not help. However, I noticed that the cable would not tighten as I would expect. All cables are very clean, but I needed to push the cable further down before tightening. Ended up lightly tapping it down on the post with a small hammer, then tightening. Well, after that, all worked. Also noticed that the beep when locking the car was louder.
How to change the time on a Pioneer DEH 1500 car stereo: With the radio off, select the 'clock' (upper left button) to display the time. Press and hold the 'audio' (upper right button) until the time display blinks. Use the 'select' buttons to select the hour or minutes and adjust time (right button selects minute digits, left button selects hour digit, up button increases the time, bottom button decreases time).
Comment by dognut, posted on Dec 25, 2007
Just a further comment posted by dognut: After setting the desired time, 'press any