What is the life span on cd-changers? Do they go rouge and act up? I was out driving my C43 today on a twisty bumpy narrow road with lots of fast curves. As my car is lowered and fitted with the stiffest shox on full hard set, I feel most of the uneven pavement up my a$$ in the drivers seat. I have been driving this twisty road several times before without problems but today my CD-changer decided to go rouge on me! WTF!? CD-changer just died on me, no more cd playing. I stopped my car went to my trunk and checked what da hell was going on. My cd-cartridge ejects from the changer without problems but when I insert the cartridge and the changer plows throught the cd-trays to read every disc nothing happens. Next to the cd-slot ontop there's a metal frame next to the chassie which slides sideways when the changer plows through the cd-trays with all 6x discs. This metal frame slides half way sideways then just stops while it's attempting to go through all my cd's inside cd-changer. Has anyone had this problem before where the cd-cartridge stops reading and stops feeding each cd-tray with cd's inside changer? Like I said before, cartridge ejects without problems everytime. Is there any repair manual how to take the changer MC3198 apart? Maybe my changer needs re-greasing? What kind of lube should I apply on plastic wheel cogs? Maybe it's a major problem like having to buy a new changer if it decided to retire in hell? I have been driving this twisty road several times before without problems. What did you do to fix your issue with the changer?