Re: I have the cd player that is in the c console of the...
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.
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A common failure of magazine-type CD changers is that a CD gets stuck in transit between the magazine and the player mechanism. It may be necessary to remove the unit and disassemlbe it to solve the problem.
Is there something inside the Player preventing it from not "Ejecting"?
If there was a Mechanical Failure inside the CD Player then you are going to have to remove the Player, and mechanically disassemble the Player to (1) Remove the CD, (2) Repair the Player for future use...
If the two cd's which are stuck, if you can see that cd's then pull the cd with pliers.Its a two mouth pliers to pull the things out.The cd may get cracked/ break while removing.But if the cd's are not seen or its very hard stuck, then in that case.The cd player has to be removed out of dash.Yes it will be time consuming, and will not be very simple.But once the player is out, its not much to do.The cd player bottom has few screws to be removed.Once you remove the screws, the complete top assembly will get lifted.You can say" complete casing" will be lifted.Once the casing is out.You will visually see the cd, and you can manually slide the cd out and remove it.----------
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The only thing that is left for you to do is to remove the stereo and then disassemble it and remove it yourself. A little daunting but needs to be done. Sounds like it went in wrong and then became jammed
for your 2003 TL 1. first remove the CD player (this is the hard part). 2. with the CD player removed, unscrew the top cover (4 or 5 screws) on the CD player. 3. with the top cover removed you can see the stuck CD. 4. all you have to do now is just push the CD out and reinstall
1.Disconnect the negative (-) battery terminal.2.Remove the ash tray and then remove the screws holding the center facia panel.3.Remove the center facia panel and disconnect the connectors.4.Remove the screws holding the audio and remove the audio assembly from the mounting bracket.5.Installation is the reverse of removal.