You take a file, and stick under neath the cassette as a lever and pull it out.
You are probably going to have to remove the radio and take the top off to gain access to the tape. It has probably broken and the tape is fouled.
Take a golf tee and jam it in the one little opening of the tape. Use that to wiggle it out
The installation of a car cassette player is pretty easy to install, you will only need a few tools and up to an hour to install a car cassette player.
This is depending on the year of the cassette player and the type of cassette player. However even though you get the best cassette player you will still run into the problem of a cassette being eaten.
A normal quality car cassette player costs about $25. If you already have a cassette player, you can purchase a cable to connect it to your car's audio panel.
I suggest getting a portable cassette player and hook it up to a FM transmitter. However, it would be much less of a hassle to buy a different stereo for your car that has a cassette player.
A CD player offers a superior sound then a cassette player in which the cassette player offers a low quality stero sound.
You can always remove the head of the player. This makes it not worth the thieve's time to steal.
You need to buy an mp3 player and get a cassette adapter for your headphone jack. If you have a cassette in the car.
Yes it is possible to play cassettes through a car CD player by using a cassette to digital adapter. The songs on the cassette will be transferred into digital format.
I'm using anecdotal experience here, so I can't guarantee it to be 100% accurate, but the last car I recall seeing with an OEM cassette player (it also had a CD player) was the PT Cruiser/Prowler.
The purpose of having a cassette adapter in you car would be that your car is an older model that has an eight-track player and does not have current equipment such as a cd player. Another reason could be is that you are an owner of a classic car that has an eight-track player and you want to keep it authentic, so you use the adapter.
Let the dealership deal with the battery after you buy a better car with a CD player instead of a tape deck,
yes ,car cassette decks can record
There is a compact disc Bose sound system replacement for the Bose cassette player. The compact disc player, can be mounted in the trunk of the car.
Sony's have a great reputation as being reliable.
You can pay over one hundred dollars if you really need cassette playback.
Yes, they all have radio as a part of the player.
Get a new CD player
There is a casette player through Sony that offers a automatic switch changer which automatically switch the cassette without you having to change them manually.
Sanyo's are known for their radio reception.