The night before when I started my car my CD changer worked fine. The next morning when I'm leaving for work it's nothing but static. It works in certain areas like in front of my house and the underground parking structure at my work, but when I start driving the static comes back like crazy. I read the manual and it says to change the frequency and I did but it's still not working. What could be the problem?
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You may need to take the backing off of the player to check if any cds might have jamed in the actual cd player. i have one similar to this that jams because of one cd that is a little bit larger then the other.
If you have the correct head unit, and assuming the cable is in good condition, the it should work. Although I do remember some Pioneers needed Permanent 12V+ and ground hooked up in order to work.
If this is one of those, on the changer side there should be another white plug next to the changer cable with two or three wires in it.
This should be the power feed wirs for the changer.
I need more info to confirm.