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Just plug the cord into the front of the cd player where it says "AUX" and then plug the other end of the cord into the headphone / line out jack on any ipod or mp3 player then select "AUX" instead of CD and the sound will come through the system
it will read burnt cds, the only thing is that it will not play .mp3 format songs, if you can somehow change the format to something else it should work just fine. i had a friend who's car had the same problem and switching the file extension from .mp3 to something else like .mpeg or something else should work. the cd player in a 98 grand cherokee is older and does not have .mp3 play back on it so it cannot read .mp3 format files. that's the only reason it doesnot register. try different audi files out and it should work. give it a try. i hope that helps out some.
Well to turn it off just switch the thing to off. then hold on to the play button for while, it will say byebye and there you go :]] To add songs just sync by using windows media player or real player. Try one at a time though.
on the radio and the adapter their is a spot for the cord that connects the two the ends have different colors on them it should be purple and black just make sure the colors are matched up if they are off it will still read all the info and say its playing but no sound will come out
all CD players should do this. Who installed the CD player? Because it sounds like the memory wire isn't hooked up right. Does the clock keep the right time? If not your memory wire isn't hooked up right.
I have had this problem before with mine. I found that it was one of the tracks I had on my flash drive was corrupt, I don't remember which track it was but if I plugged my drive in it would play until it got to that track and then it would just swith over to radio or cd. I had the same problem with a cd I had burned a bunch of MP3's on. If you erase your flashdrive, reformat it and then try saving songs to it again that should take care of the problem as long as you find out which file has the corruption in it and you don't put it back on your flashdrive.
ok I had this happen before
Try unplugging the possitvive battery from your car let sit for 5min or open the doors and turn the key making sure that your car is completly dead. then put the possitive wire back on.
this will reset the deck and make sure you also have the setting s correct I thin it called I tunes is set to on in the menu opptions