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Pontiac Montana Audio

jdipietrojdipietro Posts: 2
edited April 2014 in Pontiac
The CD player all of a sudden stopped working..when you push the CD button it is stuck on track 9.. Can't eject, play anything???

Radio works fine though..

Any thoughts


  • 24randyo24randyo Posts: 6
    We have a 1998 Pontiac Trans Sport (with the Montana package). We live in a colder climate (Canada) and during the winter when the weather is cold, the display on the stereo works fine. However, when the weather warms up (it was 23C, 75F yesterday), or when the dash gets good and warm, the display goes all goofy. The letters and numbers get all jumbled and are flickering and dancing around. The stereo still works fine, but you can't tell what time it is or what station or what track you are on. As soon as it gets cool again, the display works fine again.

    Anyone else had this problem? Anyone know if there might be an easy fix?

    Please let me know.

    Thanks, Randy
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    Just wondering if there is a way I can run my Mp3 player through my DVD player with a headphone jack to RCA converter cord. It seems as though the DVD player will only switch to that input if there is video input as well. Is there a way I can force that input to work without a video input?
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