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CelicasROCK
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CelicasROCK Oct 18, 9:13pm - #302977 
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1996 Chevrolet Camaro

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New York
CD player isnt working

I posted in the wrong section before rolleyes. The CD player wont even pull the CD. It doesn't even reconize that i'm trying to put a CD in. Is there anything to check? The guy i bought it from hasn't driven the car in a while and when he did the CD player wasn't working right. but he said it pulled the CD in and at least tried to play it. It's not a celica. It's a '96 camaro if that matters. thanks
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Zero
Furi Kuri
Zero Oct 18, 11:12pm - #302978 

Furi Kuri
2002 Toyota Celica GT

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San Diego, CA
is it a stock player? if so, just change it. spineyes

my stock celica cd player was fucking up, so i abused it and got a new one.

sorry, that's all i could offer. smile

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eddie_725
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eddie_725 Oct 19, 1:29am - #302979 
1985 Silver Toyota Celica
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1985 Toyota Celica

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Miami, Fl
Get a 6 disk changer from the 2002 up 4 Runners they have the same size radio so im pretty sure it will fit.

Just Get a better one with Tv DVD MP3 and everything you need thumbsup

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GOLDCELICA
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GOLDCELICA Oct 19, 5:16am - #302980 

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San Diego
Use a volt meter. Check the power leading to the head unit if it's getting any juice or if their is any power connected to the head unit. If power works check the ground. If ground is solid then fuse inside head unit may blown.

1. Power
2. Ground
3. Fuse

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