Question about Car Audio & Video
Believe it or not... removing battery power and connecting it back seems
to be a universal solution! And it works in this case too! I know this
is not a practical solution, but if you have 5 minutes to spare and
wanna save about 50 bucks, this will do it. Keep in mind that you need have previous the radio LOCK CODE.
Is the cd a burned copy? If so, some cd players won't recognize certain brands of blank cds. Try using a name brand cd such as TDK. Otherwise, stick to the originals.
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Posted on Oct 07, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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