I have a 2004 suzuki areio . it has a cd stuck in the cd changer . i took it to a dealer and they told me it would cost $1800 dollars to replace. does anyone know how to get the cd out.
$1800 is alot to pay to get a cd out of a stero i think dont you.
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Re: cd stuck in cd changer
Turn off the Ignition so the unit goes dead and wait a minute. Turn on the Ignition (you don't have to start the car) and push the eject button, do not push the power button first, just push eject, if that did not work power up push eject , shut off and try to cycle it again. Quite often this works if the machine can but will not kick out the disk. If it is mechanically stuck that is another matter for a long slender nosed pliers.
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I had the same problem. You have to take it to the dealer and they have a trade-in program. I forget what the price was, it will cost you around $400 and the unit they will put in is refurbished. But I have not had any problems with the refurbished unit. They have known about the problems with the CD player but it still costs the consumer money.
1800 BUCKS?!?!?!? Sounds like the dealer is trying to rip you off. Aint no way a replacement head unit should cost that much money. Best bet is too ask around and get prices for replacement head units or head to a car audio shop (a good one, not one of those "here today gone tommorrow" type places) and buy one. A good head unit should run you between 200-400 depending on the cash your willing to lay out for it. As far as the CD goes, chalk it up as a loss and buy a new one.
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