The radio that is installed in the car.
Push "Eject" - top row of buttons on the radio- far right button. Ignition/key does not have to be on to "eject" the CD.
set radio to am\FM press load/eject press the CD number button that you want to load or eject. you can just insert the CD if there is nothing in there.
The individual photons in radio waves have way too little energy to eject electrons out of ANYTHING.
you can call the dealership and give them your VIN number for your car, and they can look up the radio code. AS LONG AS the original radio is still installed. If a newer radio (mercedes radio) has been installed then you will need the serial number off the back of the radio.
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The radio was first offered as an accessory in 1923.
press "eject" on the radio/cd panel. If the disc still won't eject, let it sit there for a few hours, and come back and try again. It should come out.
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Have you installed an aftermarket radio or is the factory radio still installed? I had put in a aftermarket radio on my 04 Grand Prix and it does not keep date and time installed. That's because the factory radio holds that information for some reason I dont know hope that helps.
The features that a marine radio has that a regular radio does not is it picks up signals from other boats aside from the boat that it is installed on.
i dont know oem is original equipment manufacturer that means a factory installed radio
I installed a radio on my 2003Lincoln ls n it won't turn on
Sometimes the unit will reset itself if you pull the fuse out for a minute then reinstall the fuse.
XM radios usually cost around $100 to be installed in cars.
You have to install a satellite radio (keep your car radio too). Or, if you have one already installed, that's good. P.S. You have to pay for satellite radio.
If it is the factory installed radio with single CD and cassette. On the right side of the radio display, right above the "Eject CD" button, there you will find two small indented push buttons, one marked with an "H" for hours and the other marked with an "M" for minutes. Press the buttons to set the correct hours and minutes. There is no AM or PM settings.
dental cleaning toolthose dental tools that are long and flat with a slight pointed up end can enter the CD player and you just need to hook the center and pull while hitting eject.
Sounds to me like when it was installed they jumped 12volt straight to the accessory wire because they didn't feel like hooking up another second accessory to the brain or the remote starter is malfunctioning and the remote starter relay is keeping that accessory wire engaged
It is reported to have been in 1922 when an 18 year old George Frost installed a radio in his 1922 Model T Ford. But Galvin Manufacturing, later renamed Motorola, invented and installed the first commercially successful vehicle radio in a Studebaker in 1930.
you will see 2 holes in each side of the radio, insert standard radio pins into these and the radio will pull out