Replacing car battery and CD player wont work.

Asked by May 11, 2014 at 10:55 PM about the 2010 Toyota Corolla

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have flat battery and replaced with new one. Since then the cd player wont work. It keep flashing in the left and right where you inserted the cd and cd cannot be taken out. No error displayed and everything else are working normal (Radio,bluetooth, usb). I have checked the fuse, its okay too. Does anyone can help me? -Corolla 2010 Conquest- Hatcback Auto.

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Look in your owner's manual- when the stereo is disconnected from the power source, it thinks it is being stolen- you will have to reprogram it with a code which should have come with the car and which should have been written down somewhere- use the code, and follow the procedure in the owner's manual-

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