Question about Pioneer Car Audio & Video
These changers have a problem with some switches that are on top of the cd mech. They must be cleaned with the proper chemical and not too much being used. You can easily spill it into the cd mech where the laser is at and cause a lot of damage to the laser.
There are micro switches that detect the position of the disc tray going into and out of the magazine and when the cd mech actually loads the cd into position to play it.
When you turn your car off and back on again, it reset the micro enough to where it can start over again.
This is not a job for anybody who is not experienced with this type of work, you could try, but then it is very likely you could cause more damage to the changer than when you started.
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Posted on Jun 27, 2008
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