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CD player problem

Old 03-25-2013, 11:47 AM
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All the CD buttons are not responding in my 2003 honda accord ex coupe. The load, eject or even cd mode does not work. The Cd mode is automatically skipped over when changing with the steering wheel controls. It stopped workiny when I was button a cd in. There are 3 cd's in but the head unit does not show this. I saw on here that it could be a jam but I checked from the outside and there was not a jam. I want to use the aux button that is shared with the cd button but I can't because it is not responding. I do not want an after market head unit because I like the look and I wouldn't be able to see the climate controls. Is there anything I can do? The radio and all other buttons on the head unit work fine but th cd buttons do not work.
Old 03-25-2013, 08:06 PM
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I've moved this to the audio section in hopes of getting better answers....
Old 03-25-2013, 08:40 PM
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time to buy a new radio. 03 accord radios were garbage. (I have an 03, so I am not talking bad about your car, just going off what I experienced and how many problems with them I have seen posted on here.)
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