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HJC_Celica
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HJC_Celica Aug 13, 6:37am - #248049 
2000 Silver Toyota Celica
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CD Player Stopped Working?

So my stock CD Player stopped working, the radio still works. All it does is sit there for a bit with the cd in it trying to read it then spits it back out. Tired 4 different cds. Any Ideas as to what i can do???
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ravertony
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ravertony Aug 13, 6:39am - #248050 
2002 Super White Toyota Celica
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are the 4 you tried originals or copies, cause it may have a hard time reading copies... if not try using a special lens cd cleaner.. or those cds that clean the inside of ur player.. if not replace with an aftermarket our stock HU suck thumbsdown
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Haulin_A_Doo Aug 13, 7:15am - #248051 
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Sultan
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Sultan Aug 13, 8:17am - #248052 

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easy answer - get an Eclipse deck...
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Speed4TheNeed Aug 13, 11:43am - #248053 

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thats not so uncommon..it's happened to me once before.

reset ur ECU (unplug ur negative battery terminal for about 10 minutes)

should work fine after that...usually the factory cd player stops working after an abrupt stall out though.
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oas Aug 13, 1:08pm - #248054 
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good reason to get a new one grin
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ragingpaseo Aug 13, 6:13pm - #248055 
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yeah, toyota cd player doesn't really like cdr, if that's your case. it's always a good idea to go for an aftermarket unit...
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