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Unread 05-06-2015, 05:12 AM   #1
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Default Got a broke down cd player after airbag replacement

Greetings everyone,

I own a 2002 Honda Jazz and recently I went for an airbag replacement, since the Honda Jazz's airbags from this year could be faulty. All went well until the next day... When I turned on my cd player, like I usually do every morning, it keeps ejecting my cd's, a thing it never did since I bought the car back in 2002. Honda shrugs off any responsibility, saying the airbag is not in any way connected to the cd player. I told them they must have somehow messed with it, because the clock was at 0:00, which they replied it was due to them disconnecting the battery to replace the airbag. They said I should ask for a second opinion on this matter, as everyone will say the same, that the cd player in not in any way connected to the cd player. So I ask you, is it possible that the cd player can break down after a simple airbag replacement? Because I think it's too much of a coincidence after 13 years with a working cd player, and on that exact same day it finally breaks down... I wish someone helped me in this matter.

Thank you for your attention.

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Unread 05-06-2015, 06:41 AM   #2
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Its very unlikely.

What may have happened, and is still a phenomenon in electronics, is after being hard reset by then cutting off and draining all power from the car, the cd player did in fact die. I have seen issues like this arise in car audio, and computers stuff. An old flaky capacitor or resistor finally gives out from the large voltage change. Did they cause it, technically, is it their fault....? Not really.

I have pulled amps and speakers out of one car, in working condition, installed it in a different vehicle, and they instantly blow. Its weird, but it does happen.

I think you are in the market for a new radio.
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