1994 Toyota Camry Radio/CD/cassette player problem
The single Kenwwoood CD player will not load CDs when placed in the slot. The CD player stopped playing and a CD remained in the player and would not eject. I played around with the CD button and eject buttons along with the ignition switch and the CD ejected from the player. However, it will not load a CD into the player. The CD light to the left comes on when the CD is inserted just outside the loader,but nothing happens. Please provide possible causes and a solution.
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The simplest way to swap the stock radio out for the cassette player would be to go to a radioshack or bestbuy, normally they will carry a double-din to single-din adapter so that the smaller after market radio fits into the existing location snugly. They usually also carry a wiring harness adapter that will plug right into your dodges existing harness and you can just wire nut or solder & shrink wrap the adapter to the pioneers harness, saves a lot of time and insures everything is where it needs to be.
Normally you can get both adapters for under $15, hope this is helps.
you may need to pull your radio out of the dash and reset it you can unplug the harness and or you should a reset in the back or front of the radio a place small enought to stick a pin head in it may say reset after doing either of those and you still cant load a cd you may need to put a new player in if you have any questions please feel free to call me 832 248 4144 my names josh
I would go to walmart and buy the disc....its like $10 and made by phillps. After you just put it in your disc slot and it plays you should hear some guy tellin you that its cleaned....this happened on my 2001 Jeep Liberty so it should work
get you a can of blow air spray(walmart) then insert straw inot cd **** and blow some air in cd slot from left to right..Its possible laser is dirty .Please not only do this when radio is turned off only .See if this works
With my experience on Car audio systems, the main culprit for electrical trouble is Connectors.
Check the connectors; especially the RCA connectors (Round Coaxail connectors), unplug them and plug them back in while the CD player is playing. Any problem there will be obvious. If that's it, clean them off with a dry cloth, perhaps poke a Q-tip into the receptical to clean that.
Most often, just removing and re-attaching (or even just wiggiling) the connectors is good enough.
This is especially the most likely culprit if you live close the the ocean's salty air, or in a place that had roads salted for snow and ice.
Go to your local wal-mart or radio shack and ask for a radio wiring harness adapater, it connects directly to your car wiring and there i\will be no need to cut your car wires. Best of all the harness cost less than $10.