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I'm assuming the radio works. If so,the player is jammed & unfortunately the only solution is to remove the radio & try to take it apart to retrieve the disk. Usually you end up destroying the radio,but it's shot anyway.
Go to your owners manual and look up fuses. This will give you a picture of the fuse placement and which one is for the radio. It will also show you where the fuse box is if you are unsure of its location. There are also a few spare fuses in the fuse box and your manual will tell you where they are and if they are the correct amperage. Do not put a larger fuse in because this could result in wires becoming hot and potentially a fire hazzard.
I had the same problem with Dodge Grand Caravan as well. I have a 2001 GCV and these radios go out all the time, plus each speaker has separate amps which some speaker will stop working. You will need a new stereo, however the dealership will charge you over $350 for the same replacement. I chose to go to BestBuy and buy a new Stereo for around $100 which has iPod connections which is a plus. Next problem!!! Since each speaker has its own amp, in order to get the new stereo to work, I had to install a relay by tapping into the passenger side kicker panel master amp power supply to bypass the chip. Best Buy guy will know what to do. I suggest install the stereo yourself with a kit and go back to install an amp bypass relay switch. Hope that helps.
Stock Stereos **** and Dodge make is difficult to go aftermarket.....Good Luck
Yes the radio and cigarett ltr are usually on the same fuse check the 2 in engine compartment and the one near the steering collumn or under the steering column and if you need more help go to collisionrepairadvice.com