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Cd player wouldn't accept a CD and it kept looking for cd

My 03 tracker wouldnt accept cd and it kept looking for CD even when the car was off. the raisdo was in an error state. i thought it might drain the battery. so i pulled the fuse that operated the raido out of my car and tried to start it. it started but wouldn't go into gear. so i put the fuse back and restarted the car... the raido worked just fine after that

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Are these burned CD's or store bought CD's?

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My radio/CD player constantly says "ERR" and CD's won't play anymore. It doesn't show the time or the radio station either, just "ERR". I can hear it, like it's trying...


HI lisasmith566 IT is not a fuse problem .
the problem is your the CD part of the radio
must likely the cd is stock or more likely the cd drive motor is defective .
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you can remove and take of back to remove cd inside, but wouldn't recommend, they are considered to be sealed units. The only supported way to do is take to the dealership parts department and they can send out to their supplier to be repaired..not what you wanted to hear, but even if you would like to replace with a used one, they have an internal module called ACM, this information will have to be uploaded and then downloaded to new internal ACMin the new radio

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Mar 23, 2009 | Emerson PD6810 CD Boombox

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it started and stopped the cd player in the middle of all that kyoss now it doesn't know that disc are in there.. in plug the power source and plug it back in that should kick them out..
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I have had mine for 3yrs and it just smoked last night(12/04-03/08). I had it in one of my demo cars to prove a point. That a properly installed and maintained budget system is possible and will outlast and out perform many Well Know brands. I have 3 show cars for my shop one budget(montero), mid level price point(dodge stealth r/t) and a full blown w/ ppi amps, mb quart speakers eclipse devices(bmw m3)
The PPI amps have smoked several times, to the point that I no longer carry PPI. My point being that no matter what you buy there is a good chance it will breakdown w/o routine cleaning and care.

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