remove the sterio and then un screw the two bolts Alternatively, with the CD Changer in the vehicle, push 'eject' and if the CD won't come out, get a credit card or something similar and lift the CD upward. I have also had to grab the CD with needle-nosed pliers.
They get stuck when you use homemade CDs, commercial CDs of good quality almost never get stuck.
You need to seek experts because you don't want to spoil your car, it is a very technical issue.
no they do not
Yes, there are universal cd changers sold
If you are looking for a local shop to repair your stereo, http://www.stereorepair.com/ has state-by-state listings of top-rated repair shops for exactly that.
Using a local Bristol business directory should uncover many stereo repair shops. Also, with almost 400 listings in the Bristol Yellow pages, it should be easy to find a stereo repair shop.
it is on the left side of the trunk behind the CD changer.
Cd changer to factory stereo SubaruThey have unit at circuit city ect that you tune your FM radio to a certain frequency and play changer through stock head unit.You have a corded remote to run the unit I personally like these type units myself the prices are very reasonable look at walmart as well
Can you make cd changer cord on a clarion 7770 work an ipod
Sony and Pioneer are the top selling brands for cd changers.
In general a stereo receiver,a dvd player(or changer),speakers and perhaps a tv.
Someone can purchase a car stereo repair kit from an auto repair shop, such as Pep Boys. The kits are generally very easy to use and tend to have a low price depending on the specific kit.
Most likely it is built into the dash where your stereo controls are. If not Go the the trunk and remove the carpet on the sidewall on the drivers side that is where the actual stereo is.
The CD player should be in the stereo, if you bought the car used it may not have come with option. The CD changer option would be located below the stereo
Yes, you can have your old stereo repair at Best Buy if you can't find a repair shop in Chicago. There is no need for hesitation, just head to the nearest Best Buy.
tucked under the truck mat near the wheel wells
YouTube it.video does more than reading how to do it.
you go up and click repair
if you will repair, better bring to dealer
No. On page 19 of the manual that came with my 2007 ford escape the aux function is not operational on this vehicle.
Go to www.the12volt.com they have a data base for ALL factory auto's for FREE....
if its jammed its jammed, youll have to remove the unit from the dash, then remove the screws and take off the outside case around the CD player and get the CD out that way, its common sense, it is not going to fix itself, you have to take it apart and take the CD out, then put it back together like it was , then buy an iPod and get a new stereo that has aux input
press the eject button and hold it until the CDs eject I had this problem with my 2001 Rodeo, it is the first sign of the CD changer taking a crap and breaking.AnswerThe first mentioned response worked for a while with me too. Eventually, I had to have the unit replaced. My CD changer was changed twice. I advise you, unless your unit is still under warranty, not to get another Honda disk changer. The second time mine failed, I replaced with a non Honday stereo/CD player and all is fine.
I have found that a lot of burnt cd's are a hair bigger in diameter and get jammed in the Ford 6 disc changer... Just remove the stereo take the cover off manually remove the disc on top then plug it back in and it should eject all the other ones unless there are more that are stuck...
Yes! My Jeep GCL has a 10 CD changer in the trunk, but stopped working sometime ago, that's why I'm scanning this website. I went to a car stereo place and the technician told me there's a way to reset the CD Changer, but my manual got stolen and so I'm trying to find an answer in the Internet...
Pioneer DEH-P4900IB iPod and XM Sirius Ready AM/FM CD Car Stereo Head has a built in amp.