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Been there. Done that. If there is a wire attached to the adapter for connection of the iPod, that most likely is jamming the adapter and preventing ejection. You need a non-metallic tool such as an ice cream stick (not a screwdriver!). While pressing the EJECT button repeatedly, GENTLY pry the adapter up to pop it out. When the operation is over and the patient is recovering, examine the removed adapter. You probably will find that the wire has popped out of its groove and may even have lost some insulation so that will have to be repaired.
Posted on Jan 11, 2013
The adapter is probably stuck by a protrusion from the adapter. Try gently flexing it up and down as you push/pull it out.
Posted on Jan 11, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: cassette tape stuck
no question is silly ,it may draw juice if the power it's direct,when you turn the key on off and the cassette is still movinig or ,at the same time do this push eject & with a some thin screwdriver or pencil pull cassette out this is an old trick help me menny of times..good looking
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
SOURCE: ''99 Ford Taurus
I was told it didn't have one but my husband did find it. You have to remove the mud guard located under the radiator and it will be on the drivers side of the radiator.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
take the adptor apart, lube the gears and put them back. Test by using your finger to turn the two "holes" on the tape in both direction and see if it works. If they do, then you are probably good to go. When you insert the tape, you can gently apply some pressure downward to the tape if you have space to do so. It works tat way for my 1988 toyota camry with stock stereo. Good luck!
Posted on Sep 02, 2009
Do you see a Spot where the Antenna Is suppose to be? Is it By the trunk?
If you look in the trunk ,on the side that the antenna is on,you probably have a interior fabric trim panel hiding the lower end of the antenna mount. Remove the panel so you can see the antenna mount.
There is also a cable that runs to you're deck which could have been sliced/ pinched, disconnected and if so, All you would here is static.
Posted on Sep 05, 2009
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