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this really simple to remove the CD player from the car .open up the top cover of the player and remove the CD and then check the tention belt of the changer and then reinstall the same or change with same rating (tenision belt which pushes and places the cd in the player )it is very less expensive and is available with the spare part dealers at nominal cost.this is going to solve the problem p.s. please also remove the dust crarefully with soft brush when you remove the top cover this will make your cd player as good as new. small tips clean the lens with cd lenscleaner with philps len clean solution and cd. as well.
you can buy an FM modulator and plug your i pod into that..........the modulator plugs into your cigarette lighter socket for power and will then transmit the i pod signal to a station on your FM radio...........you should be able to find one at any electronics store
This happened to me a few years ago. It wouldn't eject the CD for a year. I literally smacked the side of the dash where the cd player is located and it came out the next time I pressed eject. I found that same solution in a couple of forums. I had to do it a few times. I think the CD just has to allign with something to eject properly.
It happens to me all the time on my 2002. Try cycling the load and unload buttons for the stuck CD location. If that doesn't work try ejecting the CD. When the slot door opens, try putting another CD into the slot and push on the edge of the stuck CD.