Problem: I've had the same CD stuck in my player since SEPTEMBER. I have tried everything I can think of besides taking it into a shop to get it out. It will still play the radio and occationally it will let me play the CD... but there are times when it doesn't recognize there is a CD inside at all.
I've had an issue with using burned CDs in my car. I'd play them and they usually came out, but every so often a CD would get stuck for a day or two. But this time it's been nearly five months and the CD is still stuck!
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Re: My CD won't eject from my car radio.
Theres a rubber belt that works with the eject function. you must remove the radio from car, usually there 2 screws that keeps the cover in place, then theres 4 screws that holds the cd unit in place , be care full on some of the models there is a flex cable under the unit that you need to remove very care full the belt should sit on the side of the unit replace this belt. It also sounds like your lens is dirty try to move the lens in a position so it can be reached with a ear cleaner, "cotton on a stick" use Methylated Spirits or isoponyl clean gently...You can get the isoponyl from pharmacy. Hope this help
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If power still to CD Player & Radio, the disc may just be stuck into unit. If it won't eject, after many tries, you need to get unit seen to by In Car Installer / Repair. If no power to unit, try fuse box,
I have run into this problem many times on your particular type of radio. I have worked in a gm dealership for years. Sometimes we can reprogram them and they work better, but all will eventually need replaced. The cheaper option is to have an aftermarket radio installed, for the price of a new factory radio, you could have a much nicer aftermarket unit.
Disconnect the fuse for the radio. This is cause the radio to reboot. You do not need to mess with the battery. After replacing the fuse, or removing, it, and putting it back in, you can proceed to try to remove the CD. I used a pair of tweezers.I actually jammed two CDs into the player. Hope this helps.
Your best bet is to take the Cd player to a car audio store. Refrain from trying to stick anything else inside the CD slot because this can have long term effects while your eject problem may be something simple and temporary but can't be solved without being there. I might also suggest getting aftermarket stereos..they simply tend to have less problems I find!!!
I have a 06 Z71 and it did the same thing so more than likely your just going to have to buy a new cd player. I would recommend going with an aftermarket cd player because you probably going to spend just as much on another stock unit.
My CD player did the same thing on my 2005 Chevy Malibu MAXX LS. I know it sounds weird, but disconnect the car battery from the car (resetting the whole car system), and then reconnect. I pressed the eject button on the console, and it ejected my CD with no problem.