The other night my car completly shut off due to the battery cables losing connection. I got the connection back and when I started my car back up the stero will not eject a cd, the fm radio works but when I try to get the face to move at all with the open button or by turning it off it doesnt even turn. After pushing the eject button 3 times I got a mech error message. What do I do?
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corrosion on you battery terminal will create high resistance.inspect the battery connectors and wire. if you find white/blue crystals on you terminal disconnect and clean. the battery cable must be gold/light brown.If the wire are black/blue that mean is burn from bad(lose) connection to the terminal and need replacement.Inspect all ground connection betvin battery and body for corrosion or lose
Battery connections good , battery ground cable connection on the frame an engine clean an tight ? No corrosion . I wouldn't look for any ground issues under your seat . No power , main cable problem , to starter etc...
Apparently, this auxiliary input only works for a Kenwood CD changer or a sirius radio connection. At least that is my conclusion after finding the same problem. Let me know if you figured anything out on this.
firstly you should remove the power from the unit for a few seconds to reset it. if this doesn't fix it you can remove the top lid and you will see the motor that rotates the fascia, if you unplug the flexible cable that powers the motor and put 6volts on the motor contacts till the fascia rotates and then plug the flexible cable back put the fascia back on and plug the power lead back on to the radio