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Typically, there are a few hidden screws right on the arm rest/grab handle. There may be a few hole plugs that need to be removed to access the screws.
After all of the screws are removed, pull the panel away from the door slightly to release it from the push pins, then lift up slightly and it should come off.
if you have a multi-disc player; it is usualy found in the center arm rest compartment. if so, there is a large black box mounted in there; slide the door open and press the grey botton; the cartrage will slide up.
Is car automatic? dont matter, open arm rest and take out every screw u see, dont be scared move foward. pull up on shifter plistic beseil, then to ashtray,2 screws under, coffee thing gotta go.comon guys? can ya get gas in it? its looks like it will brake,just give it a quick ****...
The cd changer is located in the center console, this is the one where you would rest your right arm, open that and chager is in there, if its an aftermarket unit then it may be located inside the truck in a compartment.
I'm not quite sure, but my expy has a cd changer in it. The changer itself lives in the arm rest storage area (not in the back or the glove box).
first step would be to see if your radio would support a changer, then I suspect you'd have to wire it up.
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.