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absolutely no idea ,do you have anything else plugged in that could cause the sound cut off although you say the radio works?or has a plug come loose in the back of the radio ,you could try one of them radio fitting centres as you never know some young lad comes out presses a button and it all works as you had the mute on or something but the radio works ,is it a built in cd player or a remote unit ? in my time a 8 track was the in thing these modern things are welll beyond your ancient dinasaur here .
sounds like the changer was plugged into the antenna jack of the radio. this means that you can run it through any radio simply by sending a signal to a preset station on the radio and listening to it through tuner. the control unit ran the changer itself. you may be able to obtain replacement cables from pacparts.com
Switch off the stereo so that the date and time show on dash. Press and hold the volume button and the AS button together for about 5 seconds. It should now ask you to input the code. Do this by using the numbers 1 2 3 & 4 on the stereo. When the code is entered, press and hold the AS button on its own and wallah, your cd player is up and running
your best bet is to find a VW cd changer as it will just plug into the car. To locate this there is a panel that opens up which covers the first aid kit there will be a spot for a cd changer to fit in.
in the unlikely event that you need to connect the cable on the back of the radio there are slots on each side which you simple press in and the radio can be pulled out to check the connections. Warning if you disconnect the battery or unplug the radio it will require a code to unlock it after it has been plugged back in. A dealer can provide this code if you do not have it already in the radio operation booklet