I recently took out my deck to hook up new rear speakers and now every time i turn on the car it sounds like the cd player is changing disks or looking for a disk. when i select the CD source it tells me to eject the disk that is not in there and it won't take a disk in. it also gives me an error E3 code...what did i do?
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Double check your settings on your radio. Mostly your Fade levels. If that is not the cause you may a chip going out in the head unit. The chip is fairly simple to purchase, remove and replace depending on your soldering skills. Let me know if the fade levels correct it. If it doesn't then I will help you find the replacement chip to order and replace.
check the fues on the back of the cq dp383u you will have to pull out the deck itself there a 15amp fuse beside the wireharness it might have blowen if not the unit is more than likely fried but check with a audio shop for testing
The wires for the two harnesses should be color coordinated or at least closely colored. The harness should have come with either a guide that says what is what or the wires themselves have little flags saying what they are. You can use this to match it up with CD Players wires by using the manual from the CD player to know which wire is what.