YES....All the Jaguar factory installed CD changers are compatable. They are made by Alpine but are labeled as Jaguar. So...if you need that little cable with the proprietary socket that might be missing from the replacement changer you can buy it at www.crutchfields.com (or any other auto audio store) rather than a Jag dealer. and save about $60.00. : the later Jaguars use a Ford type fitting for the CD Changers so on a 1999 V8 3.2 the CD changer is not a Din type , its the ford square plug type :
The Pioneer units will need to have an adapter to work with most factory recievers.
Your best bet would be to find the CD changer the same as the brand of your radio. Such as Kenwood radio, get a kenwood CD changer. The factory CD changer will not work with most newer radios installed. And unless you like running wires to the back of your SUV it would save you lots of time to get another CD changer. That is what I did and it works just fine.
It all depends on the cd changer you want to install, also the module that your car uses must work with the with the cd changer. firstname.lastname@example.org
there is no fuse on the CD changer of any for vehicle, they get the power from the factory radio If the radio displays NO DJ NO CD or BAD DISC that means the CD changer laser is defective and can't read the disc information nothing wrong with the magazine or the Cd's the CD changer needs to be repair or replace any car audio repair or clarion service center can fix it or you can get a rebuild unit from oemautosound
Any Cd changer will work long as it is installed right.
A car CD changer works by being placed in a trunk and mechanically rotating the discs to be read.
I have a 2001 MAZDA tRIBUTE WITH A FACTORY 6 DISK CD CHANGER. Can't get cds to load or eject. Radio and cassteet player work fine.
my 1998 passat 6 CD changer has a safe sign
i have a 1992 lexus ls 400...the cd won't play..you can hear the cd changer ...but no sound
to work in a factory you need to be 60
The only transmission that will work with the factory ECM/computor is the 4L80E
yes you can have chickens if you work at a chicke factory.
100-150 people work in a clothes factory, but the amount of workers is different as to what type of factory and what country the factory is in.
The headlights on a Jaguar my not work if the bulb or fuse is defective. Alternatively the wiring can be damaged or the switch my have stopped working.
It depends on where you work. In my experience factory work is very boring, but you get paid well.
A slave factory is were slaves work
It does not work because it is most likely a scam or a fraud.
well about 100 people work in the crayola factory
You put cd's in and it plays the music on them.
Can you make cd changer cord on a clarion 7770 work an ipod
It should fit if both cars had that engine from the factory. If the 1996 was a Z24 (2.4L), then there will be differences - most likely with engine electronics. Hope this helps!
Light industrial work might be a factory job where there are few duties besides running one machine. Light industrial work might be general factory work or a cleaning position in a hospital or factory.
Any but you will need an "auto leads" converter lead.