The most successful method for removing a stuck CD from a car stereo is to pull the fuse, put it back in and then hold down the eject button on the CD player. Some car stereos have two fuses, so make sure that you pull the right ones.Continue Reading
Access your vehicle owner's manual, and turn to the fuse section. Find the location of the car stereo fuses.
Make sure the ignition is completely off. Use the information you gained from the vehicle owner's manual to locate the fuse box. Then, remove the cover from the fuse box.
Locate the car stereo fuse or fuses. Remove the necessary fuse or fuses, and wait several minutes before returning them to their appropriate sockets.
Turn the ignition to the accessory position.
Hold down the eject button for a couple minutes. Release the eject button, and then push the button one more time immediately after releasing. If the stereo has a red eject button, release it as soon as it comes on. Then, immediately push it again.
Change the time on the clock on your Pioneer car stereo using a combination of button presses. The process is simple to do and requires just a few minutes to complete.Full Answer >
Turn off the stereo by pressing and holding the SRC button. After the stereo is completely off, release the button and press and hold the Audio button. The hour section of the clock begins to flash. Press up or down on the volume buttons to scroll between hours.Full Answer >
Car horns commonly fail because of a blown fuse, or a faulty connector in the horn mechanism or horn button. A problem in the wiring loom or in the horn mechanism may also cause a fault.Full Answer >
There are many causes that can lead to a broken car horn including a problem in the button or switch, a problem elsewhere in the electrical system or wiring connections, a problem with the horn relay or a burned-out fuse. When diagnosing the problem, first check the fuse box for a burned-out fuse or faulty wiring, and if the problem remains, check the horn button, the horn relay and finally the horn wiring.Full Answer >