I-048: RL CD Changer Issues ( Not Reading, Won't Eject CD's)
I have a 2005 Acura RL and it seems the disc changer went out on it. I started the car today and it won't play any of the discs in the player or eject them. I have tried turning the car off and back on , still no luck. Any ideas?
For the record my car is out of warranty from Acura.
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Fortunately for me, the problem was caused by a MP3 disc I made on the computer causing the player to lock up.
I noticed when I got in the car the next day driving it the CD player would sometimes work, then fail.
My factory pressed CDís work just fine, and I eventually took the MP3 disc out and my problems were solved!
It is my recommendation to anyone that when they mix discs on the computer, burn them at a slower speed instead of using the default (max) setting. Burning them at 16x should make sure you have a good burn.
i have this problem now. they played fine in the morning but when i came outside, it would load the cd but then it wont play and then i eject it and then it would but when i put it back in, it wont load that cd, it would stay loading forever. im so sick of the technology problems in this car. how can i fix this? i dont want to bring it to the dealer. they probably will be charging alot.
I ran into the same problem today, loading a DVDA that I had just burned. Tried several different things to eject.
I WAS ABLE TO GET MINE WORKING AGAIN.
I selected a different disk, then turned off the car, waited about 5 mins. then started the car, the changer changed the disk to the one I had selected. I ejected that one, then selected the one it was stuck on and ejected that one. That one went into the trash, then loaded a couple of different disks that I knew worked and all is well. Whew.......
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