The factory stereo can be removed very easily with a specialized tool called a DIM. I received this tool when I purchased an upgrade radio from Crutchfield. The tool is a pair of metal U shaped "horseshoes". Simply remove two panels from each side of the radio and insert the DIMS fully to unlock the radio chasis from the mount. Then simply pull the stereo out. Takes less than 5 minutes tops.
Center of the dash board you moron.
try d/c the battery and reconnecting it...worked for me
There are two holes on either side of your radio.. if you dont have the tool to remove it, try bending a wire coathanger in a U shape and pry away. good luck
2002 mazda tribute cd player will not play disc
the cd is stuck in a 2002 mazda tribute how do I get it out the eject button does nothing and the cd will not play
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.
the radio has a cd player slot.
how do i enter my code for my cd player in my vauxhall vactra cd 2000?
Try the 2000 Dodge Dakota CD player. I hear it fits nicely.
once a CD is stuck in the player, the player is no good. to take the player out,you have two covers on each side of the player covering a pair of holes. you need to purchase these removal pins from an auto part store like oreilly's or a Mazda dealership can remove for you sometimes for free. to remove the CD, you will have to remove the top half of the screws of the player and remove the CD hold down
The CD changer is in the center console of a 2000 Mercury Villager
buy a new cd player
how tu install CD player in Honda civic 99
yes you can
Type your anWhat is the am FM CD player color code on a 2000 chev venture minivanswer here...
You could swap in any CD player, so long as you knew how to wire it up.
older factory CD player don't have the programming to play burned cds. try replacing the player
i change my 2000 ml 320 SUV battery, now i can't play my CD player. It says wait.
you push the eject button. seriously its right in front of you
I had to remove the glove box to get at the right side through there and pop it out, then just pried my way in the left side - had to use quite a bit of force. That factory CD player was garbage. BUY A STEREO REMOVER KIT FROM WALMART, ABOUT $5.00. IT'S WELL WORTH IT. TAKE OFF THE SIDE CAPS WITH A FLAT HEAD SCREWDRIVER. USE THE DESIGNATED TOOL (A "U" SHAPE) TO GO IN THE SMALL SLOTS AND RELEASE THE CLASPS. THEN, THE STEREO/CD PLAYER WILL SLIDE RIGHT OUT.
yes it comes stock
there was a TSB (technical service bulliten) realsed about static elctricity causeing the CD player to "cut out" check the fuse, disconect your battery for 30 seconds, then check to see if it works again. or take it to Mazda, they'll give it a once over and determine if the CD module needs replacement
Some come equipped with a CD changer that is located in the glove box... Mine however has a cassette player... lol...
You need to have the CD player/radio sent off to be fixed at your local dealership.
the code is in the car manual