20 Most Recent Jeep AM/FM Cassette with CD Changer Controls - Upgrade Swap Questions & Answers


There are adapters that you can get to connect the speaker wires to in order to get the aux jack levels the Zune needs. Amazon com Speaker RCA Line Level Converter Adaptor High Low Hi Lo with...

Jeep AM/FM... | Answered on Sep 14, 2017


check the fuse for the amp

Jeep AM/FM... | Answered on Dec 19, 2012


cut the telephone wire and see if the volume comes on

Jeep AM/FM... | Answered on Apr 07, 2011


Cd player wont play or eject the cd.

Jeep AM/FM... | Answered on Apr 01, 2011


fill up the gas tank and add some fule injector cleaner
that solved my problem with misfire in cylinder 1
took about 2 days and my engine light went back off
i used a brand called
lucas fuel injector cleaner
i got it from advanced auto
auto zone also carries it

Jeep AM/FM... | Answered on Oct 23, 2010


I had the same problem in my 1998 Jeep GC Limited. It has been a year and a half since I have played a burnt cd in my cd player. I researched everything possible and came to the conclusion that it was either the type of cd I was using (some cds with prints etc are hard for the laser inside the player to read) or the burning speed, and after many failed attempts, I still couldn't find a combination that would work. Then yesterday, my brother had a burnt cd he had made with his computer and we tried it just to see if it might work and it did! So, the brand of cd is Memorex, the type is CD-R, and they are 80min. worth of recording time. I purchased some of these cds at Hastings (although I'm sure they are avaliable wherever you purchase blank cds) and tried burning one in my laptop just to make sure it was going to work and it did! I burned the cd using windows media player and before I started the burn I went into 'burn options' and set the burning speed to the lowest possible. Hope this helps!

Jeep AM/FM... | Answered on May 03, 2010


The majority of Chrysler Jeep codes are not available for free from anywhere on the Internet.

If you try here than I know they have a few free codes from the older radios

www.ukbookshelf.co.uk

Otherwise you will have to contact your Main Chrysler Dealer or a Radio Decoding Service.

Jeep AM/FM... | Answered on Feb 14, 2010


Had same problem and changed out my crank senor, got part from the dealer. (After market parts do not work)

Jeep AM/FM... | Answered on Jan 07, 2010


the radio has to be replaced or sent out to get fixed. there is no easy fix to this problem.the knob is shot. (sometimes you can get the vol to move if you wiggle and push and play with the knob)You are better off replacing the radio with a nice aftermarket one.

Jeep AM/FM... | Answered on Dec 20, 2009


For the older wranglers using the vacuum system to engage and disengage 4wd, check this out. You should have red, yellow, green, and blue vacuum hoses coming from the transfer case. The red line ends in a check valve so when you do maintenance you can make sure you have vacuum. The yellow line runs to the middle port on the Command-Trac motor. It T's off and runs to a check valve that T's into a black vacuum line. The green line runs to the port on the outside of the Command-Trac motor. The blue line runs to an air vent filter. The black line runs from the inner most port on the Command-Trac motor to the 4wd indicator light and switch. Along the way it's T'd into by the yellow line I was talking about earlier. Hope that helps

Jeep AM/FM... | Answered on Nov 06, 2009


I would go to walmart and buy the disc....its like $10 and made by phillps. After you just put it in your disc slot and it plays you should hear some guy tellin you that its cleaned....this happened on my 2001 Jeep Liberty so it should work

Jeep AM/FM... | Answered on Oct 06, 2009


You need to remove the top dash panel and front bezel before you can access the head unit.
  1. Remove the top dash cover by prying up near the windshield side. There are two clips holding it in place near the back, and you can rotate it forward and off.
  2. Remove the lower panel of the center bezel (just in front of the shifter) but pulling gently from the bottom. It is held in by clips only.
  3. You can then remove four bolts that hold the center section in. After you do this, gently release the panel. There are about six clips holding it in place.
  4. Once you have removed the bezel, you can remove the four bolts around the head unit and slide it forward.

Jeep AM/FM... | Answered on Sep 26, 2009


1. Run the wire around the windshield frame, down the side of the dash, and across the footwell until it reaches the center console section. 2. Remove the top panel of the dash stack by prying up on the back edge until it pops free. There are two clips in the back corners, and it will roll off toward the front. 3. There are a couple of bolts that hold the front bezel in. Remove them, and then gently pry the rest of the bezel off -- there are 4-6 more clips like the ones from the dash top panel holding it in place. 4. Find the gray wire with the orange stripe running to the lefthand cigarette lighter. This is ignition switched power. Tap the radar detector leads into that wire. This will cause the detector to come on when you turn the ignition on, and off when the ignition is off. 5. Close everything back up. You're done!

Jeep AM/FM... | Answered on Sep 25, 2009


it will read burnt cds, the only thing is that it will not play .mp3  format songs, if you can somehow change the format to something else it should work just fine. i had a friend who's car had the same problem and switching the file extension from .mp3 to something else like .mpeg or something else should work. the cd player in a 98 grand cherokee is older and does not have .mp3 play back on it so it cannot read .mp3 format files. that's the only reason it doesnot register. try different audi files out and it should work. give it a try. i hope that helps out some.

Jeep AM/FM... | Answered on Aug 22, 2009


I had a similar problem which responded to the use of a CD cleaner disc to clean the laser lens reading the CD. The "err" messages stopped and the changer started to work as it had before. Perhaps this will correct your problem too.

Jeep AM/FM... | Answered on Aug 19, 2009


u probably have a stock radio.

Jeep AM/FM... | Answered on Aug 15, 2009


The Eject button is it not working?

Jeep AM/FM... | Answered on Jul 29, 2009

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