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try checking trunk light I serviced a lot of draining battery problems . I had one the other day the customer states every 4 days need jump start . 1st step ck charging system ok , starter draw was good . started to ck all drains all were normal . after dealing with this issue for a month i replaced his battery with a new one he never came back . calls me for reg service . A week cell in battery can pass the test . Hope this helps .
With the low current draw that a cd unit uses It would take some hours to affect a good battery. Remove the fuse for the cd unit and have a battery shop check the battery for a bad cell ( Load test on the battery). Pull the cd player and have a tecki look at it as I feel you have 2 faults not connected.
Changer problems are very common in the Torrent. These radios are very specific to the Torrent and specific to 2006. i usually take the stereo apart and replace the cd changer drive, replace it and then reinstall the stereo back into vehicle.. These Radios are programmed directly into data stream so you can remove the radio and reinstall it without having to get a code for it to work. But if you try and install a different stereo from another torrent it will have to be programmed to your vehicle before it will be able to work.
i have alpine stereo's in all my vehicles and i have had this problem. if you run a 10-14 gauge constant wire from the stereo directly to the battery the stereo will not shut down in protection mode. it is not the cd it is the stereo going into protection mode because of lack of current not voltage. i hope this helps after i did this i could play the stereo as loud as it can go until my battery died
overload is the unit letting you konw that there is a problem with the speakers,speaker wires (shorted), or most likely that the audio output ic in the unit is bad. typical price on this part is around $15 to $40.00. the part is a little had to get to replace.\