How do I remove the dvd player from the dash/2003 grand caravan
The dvd player stopped working in my 2003 grand caravan and the shop wants to charge me 700 for removal and such, so I was looking to find out how to remove the player myself from the dash. How would I go about doing so? Thanks.
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Push the eject button and then slip card stock into the slot under the DVD. work it under and pull it out. With the right touch you can get it out. once you get an edge out if it does not pop out fully you should be able to pull it out.
Yes others have reported this problem, it is a hardware failure in the player, you will need to remove it and send it in to a factory approved repair center, you can't fix this at home, you would need the repair manual and the parts, neither of which you can buy unless you are an approved shop.
The 1997 to 2003 Dodge Caravan and Grand Caravan use a standard key and
remote setup with a separate remote fob. However, the 2004 to 2009 Dodge
Caravan and Grand Caravan use a combination key and remote on one
device. To program a new keyless entry remote for the 1997 to 2003 Dodge
Caravan, you must have at least one functional remote, which is
required to enter synchronization mode. To program the combination key
for the 2004 to 2009 Dodge Caravan, you must have two functional
combination keys. If you do not, you'll need to see an authorized Dodge
dealer for keyless entry programming assistance.
2004 to 2009 Caravan Programming Instructions
Insert one of your working combination keys into the
ignition. Turn it to "On"; leave it in this position for about 10
seconds but no longer than 15 seconds. Turn it to "Off" and remove it.
Insert your second working combination key into the ignition
within 15 seconds of removing the previous key. Turn it to "On". After
10 seconds, you'll hear a chime and the "Theft" light will begin to
flash, entering synchronization mode. Turn the key to "Off" and remove
Insert the combination key you want to program. Turn it to
"On." After 10 seconds, you'll hear a chime; then the "Theft" light will
turn off. When the light turns off, the combination key--including the
key and the remote--is programmed.
Repeat Step Three for each combination key you want to
program. A total of eight can be programmed.