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when there is no CD in unit hold the source button to turn unit to actual on position (when you insert a CD is it self guided once you push it to a certain point or does it just self guide instantly) if you sort of push it in a bit and unit turns on its because the pioneer function says to itself i need to be on so it will play for you but once you eject the CD the unit says time to turn off the solution i recommended should solve this if not let me know and ill figure out another step
hope i was able to help
Since you've been trying things for so long, you may not mind another, unless you've tried it already.You'll need someone to help you.
Try using a volt meter on the main power to the changer. (If the changer is din mowered only, this can't be done) and when toy power up the head unit by ignition or other method, read the voltage on the main power wire (yellow?). Tell me what it shows. Also, the "turn on" wire for the unit is usully in with the data cable to the unit, and won't be able to check that.
Also try to read BOTH the acc AND the power wire on the head unit while turning on.
When you read the voltges, make sure that you use the ground ON THE CHASSIS of the componant that you are checking. "Maybe" you have a voltage variance like you said d to a weak ground at one of the units? I'm just troubleshooting as I would if you had brought it to me. Let me know again. Thanks.
** Note- Have you actually reset bothe the head unit and changer?
it sounds like you have got the permanent live and the switched ignition live the wrong way round. if you check which positive 12v supply goes off when you turn the ignition off and remove the key and connect that one to the one which stays 12v when the key is turned off and vice versa that should solve your problem
Both times that a cd has become stuck in the player I simultaneously pushed the power and eject buttons. I came across this solution in the owner's manual and it worked perfectly both times I have had to do it.
I have the same prob with mine right now and thats why I came here was to find the manual.
In the manual it states that that when something like this happens you need to hold two buttons for a few seconds and what it does is it resets the cpu in the deck.
I had to do it before and yes I was kind of leary of the solution also but IT WORKED!!
Now I'll have to dig before posting this otherwise I didnt just create a common solution I talked about it.
Ok while holding power/ATT press eject for more than two seconds,
and it says careful not to drop the cd~~~DAAA
Or to reset the unit: While holding SEL (select) press power/ATT
for more than two seconds and that will reset the unit to factory
And this was actually from my owners manual of which I found...