20 Most Recent iLO CA3000V CD Player Questions & Answers


CD ERROR DISPLAYS
CD Changers
E01:
The disc magazine is not inserted in the cd changer
E02:
No disc is inserted in the disc magazine
E04:
The disc is dirty, or the disc is inserted into the disc magazine
upside down
E99 RESET PROCEDURE:
Remove CD magazine by pressing eject button on changer.
Remove all discs from magazine and re-load empty magazine into
changer. Using the Radio RESET CD system by pressing and
holding the “ON”/”POWER” button for about ten seconds, or in
earlier models the “EJECT/6” button.


FM/RF Remote Controls
E99 RESET PROCEDURE FOR REMOTES:
Remove disc magazine from changer by pressing eject button.
Remove all discs from magazine and re-load empty magazine into
changer. Press RESET button on interface unit
WAIT:
The temperature is exceeding more than 55c(130f) and the cd
changer cannot be operated. When the cd changer cools off, this
wait disappears. When the RESET button on the interface unit is
pressed, this WAIT appears for a few seconds


IF THESE ERROR CODES STILL KEEP APPEARING
CONTACT YOUR DEALER.

iLO CA3000V CD... • Answered on Apr 16, 2018


You can tried to open the cd player open and get it ou like that.

iLO CA3000V CD... • Answered on Sep 18, 2013


mechanism err.can fix .cost $200

iLO CA3000V CD... • Answered on Jan 25, 2013


CD ERROR DISPLAYS
CD Changers
E01:
The disc magazine is not inserted in the cd changer
E02:
No disc is inserted in the disc magazine
E04:
The disc is dirty, or the disc is inserted into the disc magazine
upside down
E99 RESET PROCEDURE:
Remove CD magazine by pressing eject button on changer.
Remove all discs from magazine and re-load empty magazine into
changer. Using the Radio RESET CD system by pressing and
holding the “ON”/”POWER” button for about ten seconds, or in
earlier models the “EJECT/6” button.


FM/RF Remote Controls
E99 RESET PROCEDURE FOR REMOTES:
Remove disc magazine from changer by pressing eject button.
Remove all discs from magazine and re-load empty magazine into
changer. Press RESET button on interface unit
WAIT:
The temperature is exceeding more than 55c(130f) and the cd
changer cannot be operated. When the cd changer cools off, this
wait disappears. When the RESET button on the interface unit is
pressed, this WAIT appears for a few seconds.


IF THESE ERROR CODES STILL KEEP APPEARING
CONTACT YOUR DEALER.

iLO CA3000V CD... • Answered on Jan 25, 2013


nothing is avalible but you can buy an xm portable and hook it up to the factory radio

iLO CA3000V CD... • Answered on Sep 26, 2012


Just had the same problem. It would say Track 63, and nothing would work. We have a 2001 Beetle, and on a road trip, it stopped working while we were driving and listening to CDs.

From another post, someone suggested removing the negative cable from the battery post. Tried this and it still did not help. However, I noticed that the cable would not tighten as I would expect. All cables are very clean, but I needed to push the cable further down before tightening. Ended up lightly tapping it down on the post with a small hammer, then tightening. Well, after that, all worked. Also noticed that the beep when locking the car was louder.

Hope this helps.

iLO CA3000V CD... • Answered on Aug 25, 2011


The radio will have to be removed from the car dashboard

.Then please quote the MAKE + MODEL of your radio plus ALL the LETTERS and NUMBERS on any LABELS , BARCODES or STAMPED IN THE METAL CASING.

Also confirm  the MAKE of CAR it is fitted into.


iLO CA3000V CD... • Answered on Sep 06, 2009


red - acc power
yel- battery power
blk - ground
blu - power antenna out
blu/wht - amp remote out
wht - left front +
wht/blk- left front -
gry- right front +
gry/wht- right front -
grn- left rear +
grn/wht- left rear -
prpl- right rear +
prpl/wht- right rear -

iLO CA3000V CD... • Answered on Aug 23, 2009


try a different sd, maybe the sd has bad sectors etc...You may need to run a check disk on it for...

iLO CA3000V CD... • Answered on Aug 07, 2009


is the problem that it will not play them, or is it that it sticks them back out, if it will not play them, then dust might have gotten onto the lense of the laser in the reader, so you will have to take the cd player out, open it and clean the laser's lense, if it sticks them back out, then there is probably dust in the crack between the eject button and the dash, or water in it, compleating the circut (if you have had the car outside on a day when there was over 70 degreese for an houyr, then there is almost definitely no water, you might want to try heating up the button with a hair dryer, to evaporate any water that might have gotten stuck in there, anyways then take a thin piece of metal and use it to poke the area around the button, then use a vaccum cleaner to clear out any dust.

iLO CA3000V CD... • Answered on Jul 27, 2009


test test test 16:01

iLO CA3000V CD... • Answered on Jul 14, 2009


the cd player lens needs cleaning do this by putting a cd cleaner disc into it or open it up urself and clean it with methilated spirits

iLO CA3000V CD... • Answered on Jul 05, 2009


check the pin connectors make sure there not bent and that the line up right if that dont work try lightly bending them or cleaning them if that dont work sometimes theres a little peice of plastic that triggers the radio on look on face plate or head unit to see if maybe something broke off if it did try to find peice of plastic that size and super glue it on good luck..

iLO CA3000V CD... • Answered on Jan 23, 2009

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