Sounds strange but what you need to do is disconnect the power to the stereo by either taking the stereo out and unplgging it or take the fuse out or dis-connecting the battery. (if its a code locked stereo make sure you have the code before you do this) wait 30 seconds then reconnect it, put code in if needed then press eject as the stereo would have been reset, a pain i know but it beats ramming a screwriver in the slot
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Before connecting any cables you must set the dip switch box to the position listed for
your vehicle. If you set the dip-switches after you have connected cables to the box,
you must disconnect and reconnect them for the changer to operate.
All 1992-2004 Honda's are compatible with the Neo Changer except the 2003 and
2004 Honda Accord and all Honda Element vehicles. Some radio models require
pressing "Seek >" once to start playing after changing CD or after startup.
The radios display will not show the proper disc number after disc six. You can use
all 10 discs in the magazine, but the readout will be wrong. This is not a technical
problem; the car stereo was designed for no more than six discs.
*Due to the direct access disc system, you will not be able to directly access
discs 7-10. To access these discs you will have to go to the last track on disc 6
and let it play until it loads disc #7. ( you can fast forward the track, but you
must let it play the last 5 seconds of the track, for it to change to disc # 7
Switch to the Neo Changer by pressing the "CD" button.
To change discs press "Disc -" and "Disc +"
To change tracks simply press "Seek <" or "Seek >"
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I have an 05 jeep grand cherokee and the other day when I went to hit the the eject button on the CD player it automatically went straight to the radio. After I restarted the vehicle I could hit mode and it would begin to play the cd again but if I tried to hit eject it would go to the radio again. It doesnt have a disc changer and everything else on the factory head unit is working find, the radio, all that stuff. I didnt want to start tearing things apart or trying to dig it out. I have sees some others with the same problem on here, but the answer are like "dig in there with tweezers" and I dont think thats the best possible way to solve the problem. Any Ideas?
We have tried several of the solutions offered. (i.e. holding eject button down several seconds and then pressing again; inserting another CD into slot 1.5 " and using eject button at same time; pulling the fuse on the radio and waiting 10 minutes w/o using key in ignition and then reinstalling fuse. NONE of these worked. There's a certain amount of satisfaction to "fixing" a problem on one's own, BUT nothing we read about and tried worked. Since we bought the 2005 RAM just last week, we're going to take the problem back to the Dealer to fix. THANKS.
If this a CD with a paper label, sometimes they will peel up on the edge and not allow the CD to eject or in same cases the CD is slightly warped.
One thing you might try is this..... Get a flash light and try and look into the CD slot when the radio is trying to eject. There is a black felt type material that you can lift up slightly and if you can see the disc edge trying to come out it may look like it is very slightly too high and getting caught. You can take a business card and try and slide it above the CD edge from the side and this will get the edge of the CD to come down and eject. This has worked many times for me anyway.
its a very common problem with g35 in dash clarion cd changer head units. a small plastic gear gets worn or brakes and wont eject or change cds. you need a new one, should be covered under your warranty.