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Old 08-23-2007
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HELP!! Stock MP3 Single Disc CD Player

I was cleaning my interior out today and I took my seats out and the little drink holder on the floor and made sure not to splash water everywhere, and now my CD player isn't working at all. The lights behind the buttons work, but not the CD player.

I did undo the remote wire from my amp (amp won't push my 15" sub) and the power and ground wires as well.

The only thing I can think of that may have damaged something was when I tilted the driver seat up to unplug it, I pulled it up a bit far and pulled the wire about 1" out of the floor, other than that, nothing. And there aren't any bare wires or anything.

Although I'm wondering if I could have pulled the remote wire a bit too hard and disconnected something behind the CD player.

Any thoughts?????
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Old 08-23-2007
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Is it giving you a error 1137? Thats what mine is giving me, pm pastfinder about it, he fixed on a while back. Does it work for FM or does the whole thing not work?
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Old 08-23-2007
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that is for the CD6/mp3 player....that error means that the cd changer part has come off its tracks.....

i would say check to make sure all of your connections.....you may just have a wire lose somewhere....
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Yeah, it's not doing anyhting, I'm assuming it's the power wire, I'll check it tonight, it's just too darn hot outside, still..
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Old 08-24-2007
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Anyone know which fuse is for the CD player??? It's an 03 Edge 3.0 Non-FFV

I have to drive to Biloxi Sunday (2.5hrs) with the GF tomorrow and I'm gonna need some music when I'm not getting roadhead hahahaha...

[EDIT]:: I also had to spend $80 on a battery! It went dead later yesterday. Worked fine all day today.
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Old 08-30-2007
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Bump! Anyone know what it is off-hand??? I need some music and I can't find my Owner's Manual
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Old 09-26-2007
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Alright I figured it out... It was Fuse #28 and I replaced it (for now) with Fuse #22 which is the Auxiliary Power Socket and the only thing I use that for is my phone charger.
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