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02-08-2010 01:25 PM
MagnumJoe No "RDM" Is not written. And i already tried a long press.

There is nothing "Wrong" with my CD/MP3 player, it's just that this optional is apparently disabled unless i buy a CD changer. I was wishing to find someone who could help me hack into enabling it.

Thank you anyway.
02-04-2010 04:46 PM
swiftwind is "RDM" written on the 3 button? also my manual says something about holding it down for a few seconds to activate, maybe you could try it see what happens?

other than that i haven't a clue!

maybe someone else has some ideas, anyone?
02-04-2010 08:37 AM
MagnumJoe They will tell me:"Dear sir, it is written in your manual." It's not like a dysfunction.

I do need an electricity engineer to do that for me.
02-04-2010 05:36 AM
swiftwind bit of a strange one, suppose you may have to ring suzuki see what they say.
02-03-2010 06:51 PM
MagnumJoe No: When i press "3", no "RDM" appears: nothing happens! And i thought that maybe it doesn't appear, but the function is on, but no: the next song plays. In the manual, it is written that "Scan" button starts random play, only when there is a CD changer, i tried it still, and nothing happened. I technically pressed all buttons on display lol. I guess you are lucky then. This problem is really pissing me off.

My swift is Late-2008/2009 model. I think this thing needs some intervention.
02-03-2010 04:44 PM
swiftwind my swift is a 2006 model 1.3 ddis, standard cd player ( no changer) i press CD (if i have the radio on) then hit number 3 and RDM appears above the timer on the cd player display,

you have to let each song play out till the end for it to select one at random, if you press the skip button it will go to the next song in line and not a random one!
02-03-2010 03:24 PM
MagnumJoe There must be a way to hot wire that thing into enabling shuffle. Like giving it a fake positive signal of a CD changer presence! Anything! To buy a CD changer this will cost me around $200! $200 to get shuffle "On"? This is so stupid!
02-03-2010 12:00 PM
MagnumJoe ...? When i press the "3" button, it does absolutely nothing?!

Actually it is written in the manual: No random play unless you connect it to a cd changer!

What's your car model?
02-02-2010 05:26 AM
swiftwind in CD mode press the number 3 button to enable random play, for some reason you cannot skip to a random track halfway throught a song (using the next button), it will go to the next one in line, intsted you have to press the number 3 button twice to do it, hope it helps
01-27-2010 05:12 PM
Random enabled?

Is there anyway to enable the "Random" feature without buying a CD changer for the Swift's CD Player? That's what is written in the car manual.

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