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Isuzu Axiom, Audio, SUV
#1 of 18 6-CD CHANGER
Nov 24, 2006 (4:43 pm)
Is it possoble to add the stock 2002 ISUZU AXIOM 6-CD CHANGER to a pioneer avic n1 player.
#2 of 18 CD Changer stuck
Mar 07, 2007 (5:40 pm)
A couple days ago, my CD changer would not play. I had not used it for a couple weeks. I was listening to the radio, then I pushed the CD button on the front panel. Nothing happened, the radio kept playing. I opened the center console to eject the disk cartridge and pressed the eject button. Nothing happened, the cartridge appears to be stuck and will not move and come up. I can't tell if there is a cd jammed or not, it is loaded with 6 cd's and I have a couple favorites in there. Any ideas? How hard is it to remove the changer and take apart even to remove the cd's? Can the changer be repaired or replaced?
#3 of 18 Re: CD Changer stuck [jedmustang]
May 16, 2007 (9:01 pm)
I am having the exact same problem! Were you able to get it to play, or were you able to replace it? I am considering just having it removed, and buying a non-Isuzu changer...do you know if that is possible?
#4 of 18 Re: CD Changer stuck [justinantrae]
by Stever@Edmunds HOST
May 16, 2007 (9:29 pm)
It probably won't help, but try pulling the fuse to reset the changer. You might get lucky (link).
#5 of 18 Re: CD Changer stuck [justinantrae]
May 19, 2007 (6:57 pm)
I got lucky, and I am not sure why. But it is working all right now. It started working just after I accidently left the lights on, and ran down the battery. Then I had to jump start, and of all things, after that, I gave the CD changer a try and it WORKED!!
I now recall, it seems like it originally stopped working after a previous lights-on-jump-start incident.
Perhaps there is some fuse set reset going on. I just have to be careful to turn off the lights from now on.
#6 of 18 Re: CD Changer stuck [jedmustang]
Jan 07, 2008 (8:16 pm)
I had the same problem. CD player stopped working on my Axiom 2004 completely. It looked like no power to CD changer ( eject button was not worked), but Radio worked just fine.
So I turned my computer on and follow your direction pull the fuse out (No 2 - 15A - Audio B+) , so reset the circuit. As soon I put this fuse back on, CD changer start working and plays CD.
Thanks for advice
#7 of 18 Re: CD Changer stuck [technosoft]
Jan 08, 2008 (11:40 am)
I just tried it...and it worked! Thanks so much for posting, I was just about to have it looked by an Isuzu dealer! Great Timing!!
#8 of 18 Thank you for this!
Aug 15, 2008 (7:18 pm)
I had been thinking for a almost a month that I needed to try looking for a burnt fuse in my wife's Axiom. I stumbled across this post and it really saved me. I really appreciate the detail you added to your post. (I went straight to the fuse "Audio +B 15A" from the panel guide.)
The reason it was so important that I found this post is that I would have probably not fixed the problem otherwise. He is what I did:
1. Went to the car and did not put the key in the ignition.
2. Pulled fuse "Audio +B 15A" and checked to see if it was burnt.
3. It was not burnt so I replaced it.
4. Put the key in and turned the ignition just enough to get the radio going.
5. Push the Eject on the changer, and then the CD button on the radio... nothing.
6. Against my better judgment, I pulled the same fuse again while it was powered on.
7. I replaced the fuse and cringed at the huge blue spark that it caused.
8. The CD changer immediately started shuffling.
9. I pressed the eject button and got my CDs out.
10. I verified that the CD player is working like new.
It's all good in the neighborhood. Thank you community. Thank you Google.
#9 of 18 Re: Thank you for this! [rbronosky]
by Stever@Edmunds HOST
Aug 15, 2008 (7:56 pm)
pulled the same fuse again while it was powered on.
Interesting variation - I'll add that trick to the Stuck CD guide. Sweet (although the big blue spark would scare the crap out of me)!
#10 of 18 Re: Thank you for this! [rbronosky]
Sep 22, 2008 (6:30 pm)
WOW, I'm glad I found this. The CD on my 02 Ax stopped playing, gave a 'mechanical error A' on the readout, wouldn't do anything but the radio worked, fortunately the dealer replaced it under warrenty (so they claim). I'm wondering now as I've seen this post. I recently got rear ended and the cd player stopped playing, possible jammed from the impact. The insurance refused to pay fore it because they or I can't prove it was the accident that caused it. (Unh!)
Anyway the dealer wants $465.00 to replace and another $150.00 for labor. The court has awarded judgement for the driver that hip me to pay for it, still waiting for the check. The accident was Nov 07 its now Sept 08 and I'm still waiting fro the check.
I'll try this fuse thing and let you all know. Then I could use the check if I ever get it for a cold air intake.