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There are several reasons why your CD changer may have failed but the most common is simply a mechanical failure (gears/motors/etc.) Unfortunately, these are complex machines and typically do require an electronic technician to repair the problem but the good news is they are repairable. So, you have a couple of options: replace the unit with an aftermarket, which for your car I would not recommend, or repair it. I would be happy to assist you further with a repair quote if you contact me directly: [email protected] or by tel: 877-4-RADIO-MD --Robert Cruz www.radioMedics.com
This indicates a mechanical error... ie: the cd is jammed, the drive mechanism has become seized, if this a multiple CD changer, it's possible the CDs in the cartridge were inserted on a slight angle and the drive mechanism can't work with that.
If you're mechanically apt, consider removing the cover of the CD changer and releasing the mechanism by hand. If the unit is still under warantee or if you're not comfortable doing these things, repair might be your best option.
Changer Error Codes
? E-00: Poor Cable connection.
? E-01: Magazine not properly set in changer.
? E-02: No Disc in magazine.
? E-03: CD does not have selected track number.
? E-04: Disc is dirty, upside down or unreadable.
? E-10: No data is recorded on the MD. The player plays the next disc automatically.
? E-99: Changer malfunction, disc may be caught in machine or changer requires service.
I suggest the lens needs a clean, or someone has dropped it and broken the delicate lens mech.
e-mecha appears to be nothing more than an interlock. hitting reset clears the interlock, but if the problem has not been fixed, then the interlock will trip again, preventing operation.
Determine why the radio goes into mechanical failure to begin with. Once fixed, the interlocks will be made and the radio will play.
There are a number of events that all have to complete sucessfully including feedback from sensors to maintain the e-mecha interlock. One of your sensors is not being made, either by a sensor problem or by a mechanical issue that prevents the sensor from tripping.