Well, mine has the Bose system, and the changer unit was an ongoing source
When it finally locked up, I enquired as to the replacement cost.
To my surprise, the replacement changer unit cost as much as the entire Bose
system option when new: $1000.
Needless to say, I declined, and pitched the old unit, vowing to never buy
another car with a Bose stereo.
Subsequently, I purchased an adaptor for my Ipod.
Much better, as I now have my entire collection at my disposal, without the
hassle and limitations of the trunk mounted changer.
Actually, I tried disconnecting the battery and reconnecting, and now
it works fine
> I have a 2000 E430. The CD player located in the trunk will
> not operate. When I try, the radio reads CD player not
> installed. Any ideas?
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