Last post on Oct 20, 2012 at 10:13 AM
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Toyota Avalon, Audio, Sedan
#227 of 236 Re: CD skips [chilin12]
Apr 26, 2011 (6:09 am)
The random button is on the radio i think it is labeled "rand" or "ran" mine also does this and i have the random disc on also but i think mine was doing this even without the random on so anyone have any ideas are welcomed.
#228 of 236 question about installing Jbl radio in non jbl 06 avalon
Apr 26, 2011 (7:15 am)
So i want to install a jbl 6 cd changer into a non jbl 06 avalon. I have a few questions though. Is there any difference speaker wise besides 9 spk to 12 spk setup? Is the amp for the jbl just for the the 3 extra speakers?
#229 of 236 No Power to Stereo, No Fuse Blown
Jun 18, 2011 (2:41 pm)
#230 of 236 No Power to Stereo, No Fuse Blown
Jun 18, 2011 (2:41 pm)
I have a 1997 Toyota Avalon XLS with the integrated amplifier audio system. I was replacing my factory stereo with a new one and must have crossed wires or something because neither the old stereo or new one will turn on. I checked all fuses and none are blown. Is there a fuse that could be blown in the factory amplifier??
#231 of 236 Avalon CD player
Aug 12, 2011 (10:38 am)
Player won't load or eject. Says CD error when trying to play a cd.
#232 of 236 Re: Avalon CD player [rjk7]
by kirstie_h HOST
Aug 15, 2011 (10:24 am)
So is there a CD currently in the CD player? (Going by your "won't eject" comment.)
Is the CD you're trying to load or play one that you burned yourself?
#233 of 236 Re: Avalon CD player [rjk7]
Aug 15, 2011 (10:45 am)
You didn't mention what year Avalon you have, however, when I had my 06 the CD player did something similar. With the car OFF I pulled both fuses that pertained to the radio (see owner's manual) waited a few few minutes, put them back in and then started the car. All was fine after that.
Can also try holding down the eject button for a few seconds to see if that forces an eject.
#234 of 236 2000 Avalon JBL Woofer wiring
Mar 18, 2012 (1:44 pm)
Like everyone has discovered, the JBL woofer is far from a quality product.
I sent mine to Simply Speakers in Florida. After installing my refreshed speaker.
I discovered sometime between I removed speaker and re-installed someone has relieved me from my wiring harness to the Woofer. Plug was definitely there when I removed speaker as it was functioning just the "rattle that everyone experiences. My question does this harness run straight to the amp under the seat or does it have a break at some point prior to amp?
Any ideas as to where I might purchase said part? And finally what type of connectors are used on each end? Any help is very much appreciated.
#235 of 236 Re: No Power to Stereo, No Fuse Blown [scottyavalon]
Aug 03, 2012 (5:22 am)
There is a sorta hidden fuse in under the hood in the RELAY box, it should be a 20A fuse labeled "RAD". It has blown on me before during installation of a new head unit. Its a good idea to remove the negative battery terminal during installation of any electrical equipment in the vehicle to prevent matters as such to happen at all.
#236 of 236 Re: CD stuck in CD Changer [bwia]
Oct 20, 2012 (10:13 am)
I see this post is old but I found that I was able to reset my 2000 Avalon CD player buy disconnecting the battery for about an hour to let the capacitor discharge. After re connecting the battery my CD player was usable again. I had checked with a few Toyota dealerships here in sunny San Diego and none of them were willing to tell me about this simple fix. They all wanted to take my money for a new or used CD player. Car dealers have earned their bad reputation and should not be trusted.