Depending on the year and make of the vehicle, you may need to unscrew it. If newer, you will need to purchase either a DIN tool or panel tool. These are used to deactivate the retaining clips which are in place to keep people from stealing your stereo. The most common is a DIN tool but check to make sure your car can use that before purchasing. You can usually find these at Walmart. If not, try VIP or Autozone.
Remove the cd player decorative cover. Remove the cd player retaining screws. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the cd player.
Remove the cover from your 2003 Kia CD player. Remove the CD player retaining screws. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the CD player.
Remove the decorative cover from your 2003 Lincoln Navigator CD player. Remove the CD player retaining screws. Slide the CD player out. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the CD player.
Yes, if the car is fitted with a CD player, if not take a small portable CD player.
You can remove the CDs by ejecting the CDs from the CD player in the car.
how do you remove a cd that is stuck in cd player when i push the eject button it makes a clicking noise
Begin by removing the cover to your 1996 Chevy Suburban CD player. Remove the CD player retaining bolts. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the CD player. Reverse the process to install your new CD player.
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The first CD player for cars was made in October 1984. It was manufactured by the Pioneer Corporation.
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