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surely u just put a cd in it, & press the cd botton on the dash of the radio?
yes I know it a ch changer in the boot that requires you to open it take out the stacker & replace it, then in the car somewhere on your dash board or radio is the mode button for changing the audio source from radio to cd, google online for the make of car & cd changer & get an online manual, or go to the Renault forum. some cd changers require u to put the cds in upside down in the stacker, could be the prob if its automatic its not reading them.
I had this problem...ignored it for a year then decided to have it fixed. No-one could fix it where I lived so before I went out and bought a replacement, I removed the top panel on the player (the one over the cd stacker) and had a look myself. There were 2 round discs loose in the player that I guessed were supposed to be attached to the 'arm' that takes the cd and spins it to make it play. I put them back on the 'pin' on the arm - the white disc first then the silver and black one on top and its playing again. I dont know how long for...it does tend to skip sometimes though. Better than nothing at all - and at least now I have a radio too. I'm just a girl who guessed were the parts went however....but maybe the parts inside have atendency to get loose and fall off? Good Luck.
Unfortunately the only CLARION code available for free (using a serial number ) from anywhere on the Internet is if your radio also has a BARCODE SERIAL NUMBER beginning with C7000000 + + + + on a label somewhere on the metal casing. (There are usually two barcodes on one label. The one required is the lower one )
If not then it will only be available from your Main Dealer or a Decoding Service or your local Car Radio / Audio Store who will connect a laptop to read/recode the memory chip (EEPROM)
Radio lock out codes are security related to discourage theft, so they are not published on the internet, if they were what would be the point?? any thief could get the code after stealing your radio. Contact the dealer for instructions and what info u need to get your cars unique radio code. How do I know this isn’t a stolen radio? The dealer will require the serial number off the radio and proof of ownership of the car it came from.
The only CLARION code available for free (using a serial number ) from anywhere on the Internet is if your radio also has a BARCODE SERIAL NUMBER beginning with C7000000 + + + + on a label somewhere on the metal casing.
(There are usually two barcodes on one label. The one required is the lower one )
If not then it will only be available from your Main Dealer or a Decoding
Hi Guys, Here`s the fix! Took out 6 cd stacker found out makers name, stripped it apart found out why it was`nt working, 1 broken part, unable to get part, so went to Garage Sale bought 6 cd stacker diggerent make $20.00 fit into car and it`s all good now, problem solved. THANKS ANYWAY. mc.