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Bad face plate!

My unit goes crazy! Turns on and off! Switches between CD, Radio, and Aux... Changes Radio stations, Makes CD fast forward, rewind and skip... Only thing that works correctly on the head unit is the volume control... It usually takes a few trys to get the buttons to do what their suppose to do. But its impossible to use the player because it does random stuff.

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It may be the flexible connector link connecting to the drop down faceplate.

Posted on Aug 28, 2007

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