Question about 2002 Ford Explorer
No ejection of my cd's stuck in my car cd player ?
Thanks for the help. Yes, my radio does work. And while trying to fix my 4X4 problem with it not working when I press the button, I removed a bunch of the fuses, including the radio ones and got the CD's to move in there a little and got one out that is broken. So, I am guessing there are broken pieces jamming it up. I'm going to try removing the fuses a few more times to see if I can get the CD's to move more and get more out. If not, I found a website that shows the 6 clips to remove the dashpanel and where they are... to get the panel off and get to it easier. Wish me luck! At least I have a radio yet...
Posted on Dec 03, 2008
The CD players in this model are prone to failure, best thing you can do is to get another aftermaket unit installed and ask the installer to remove your strip your old unit down to retrieve the CD's. BridgeFoley, does the radio work on your one? If not, does it just show CODE or ERR on the screen? This indicates that the security code needs to be put in, always needed after battery replacement. You can get the code from a ford dealer, but they may need to remove the stereo and obtain a serial number to find the code. If the radio works but the cd player doesn't, then my advice is the same as for jaydawg13.
Hope this helps, Mark
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i have a 2005 kia Amanti. i believe a cd is stuck and the cd palyer will not rptate or eject. does anybody have a solution?
Posted on Oct 11, 2010
The only way to fix your problem is to have a radio repair shop take it apart. You cannot fix this on your own. Remove the radio or get a quote from a repair shop first. If you cannot find a repair shop , talk to the parts guys at you local ford dealer about sending it out for repair.
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
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