Question about 2005 Chrysler Crossfire
I have the factory installed stereo and the CD player has stopped working, when I press CD it says CD stop and the eject button has stopped working
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: HU 850 CD stuck in player
One thing about Volvo CD player/changers...they tend to not like burned CDs and even more, burned CDs with labels on them.
I'd suggest against trying to get it out yourself.
You can get it replaced and the dealership should have a form so you can get your CDs sent back.
Posted on Aug 15, 2008
Either wire harness problems or you got a so called lemon
One of the first books of Ralph Nader about auto industry.
Had a Hyundai like that 27 years ago. Until I took it totally apart and re-assembled it myself. 2 years ago bought a Piaggio 45 cc motorbike, same story. Took that apart one night and put it together as should be.
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
I searched quick and couldn't really find anything on a manual eject button. Flip through the manual a little bit and see what it has about the radio. If all else fails and you aren't worried about possibly breaking the stock cd player, some skinny needle nose pliers should reach in far enough to grip the cd and you can pull it out. But there is a good chance you could break the cd player in doing so.
Posted on May 04, 2009
needs a new disc changer. Something is wrong internally. You will be able to get them back if you go to the dealership and get an exchange unit. They will send the discs back when they remanufacture the unit.
Posted on May 30, 2009
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You need to wait for your car's stereo to cool down. If you used it for it for an extended period of time, it may have gotten hot and the ejection device may not respond.
Hold down the eject button.If you can hear the mechanical ejection noise. If your car stereo is making this noise, it is more than likely that the CD is just sticking inside the CD player and you can try and grab it with your had and pull it out .
Look for a hole the size of a pin on your car stereo's CD player. This hole is very small and looks similar to one on a CD-Rom drive, after locating the hole, use a pin and attempt to manually eject the CD. Now in case you have a factory stereo.
Hope this will help you out.
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