I had a burnt CD in my CD player all day yesterday and it played great. I got up this morning and started my jeep and it kicked it out and said err on the display. I tried another CD and it did the same thing?!? Anyone have any suggestions?? Thanks in advance!!
A few i have owned have done that early in the morning if its real cold or if theres alot of humidty and i left the windows down or the top off. Most of the time soon as it warmed up or dried out, it would work fine. If the lens fogs over from temperature change would do the same thing. I assume this is the stock unit? or an aftermarket? Aftermarkets are more prone to it i would think.
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it is a stock unit. That's kinda what i figured was the problem, I have had aftermarket radios do this in the extreme cold, but it was about the same temp yesterday and i let it warm up for about 10 minutes and tried again with the same results. Hopefully it's just a fogged over lens like you said!!
yeah, mine does that alot also. I'd like to put in a nice aftermarket one but I know as soon as I do....it'll get stolen LOL
I've got an Alpine CDA9813 a $500 head unit back in its day. there is a simple way to stop the thieves. Take off the faceplate. Most every radio thats worth puttin in has a detachable face, it don't matter what kind of radio without that face you can't tell how nice it is, nor is it worth anything if its stolen.
my aftermarket radio says that if a the positive wire from the speaker chanel touches a ground. check ur speaker connections.
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