What do you do when a Suzuki Forenza stereo reads COD and will not play music?
their are a list of codes that you can put in to turn the radio i can get them for you if needed
Does anyone have the radio code list for a 2004 Suzuki Forenza my radio reads cod and won't play music?
"their is a 4 digit code that is needed to be out in for the stero to work which can only be accessed by your local Suzuki dealer their is 31 different codes" Not always, I work at a car rental company and we are having the same problem. I talked with the service manager, who we do alot of favors for, and he said that some Forenza radios are not from the factory even…
2001 Hyundai Tiburon car stereo reads E6 when you use the CD player you tried cleaning it and it still won't work any help?
you would have to take your own iPod to that friends house & plug it into her computer. to get the music you want, in the summary section check the box that reads "manually manage music and videos" then you can drag the music to your iPod & it will sync then you can listen to it ORRRR put music on a thumb drive then put the music files you want on it ORRRR put…
The English horn player reads music in treble clef. Like many wind instruments, it is a transposing instrument. When the English horn player reads any printed note, the instrument produces sound pitched a perfect fourth lower. For example, when the English horn player reads and fingers the instrument for C, an F is produced.If transposing down it would be a fifth
How do you fix a cassette player in a 1995 Ford Taurus that doesn't play music out speakers on the right side of the car The left side is fine and the radio plays on all of the cars speakers?
Answer You will need a new stereo. You see the casette reder is a small sensor that reads 2 separate sections on the tape. For some reason only 1 section of this sensor is broken. The part of the sensor that is broken controls the left stereo channel for the tape. It could be fixed but it wouldn't be worth it, new tape deck less than $100, stereo repair by certified tech plus parts, $300…
The music is technically not "in" FrostWire. It is in a folder that FrostWire stores music into and reads from. You can copy or move the files from that folder into your My Music folder, or you can tell Windows Media Player to add that folder to your library. The folder that FrostWire uses can be found by going to Tools > Options, and looking under Saving for the directory that is used for Audio.
The CD disc is a 'sandwich' of a thin layer of metal and plastic. (The metal is the 'meat' - the plastic is the 'bread'. The metal layer has music recorded on it by a laser - which creates microscopic 'pits' in the surface. The CD player has a (less powerful) laser - which reads the pits - and converts the data into music.