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Re: how to remove the switch button for the CD Player on...
Try autozone.com to see if they have your car listed for diagrams pictures and step by step instructions if your car is not listed then try your local library they have all the car manuals and even copy them for you
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Never done one but all i would do is first have a cup of tea - look at it then decide where the fixing bolts are then undo the fixing bolts and the fog light connections if fitted and any plastic trim splash guards under the car and off it comes .Then go to the local cafe for a coffee
This usually happens when stuff spill on the hazard switch. Remove it and clean it out really well. Usually sticky stuff causing sticking or a little short within it. If that doesn't work, replace the module and you should be good.
Its a standard battery,take key to local accessory shop
There is a couple of different sizes,yours is the smaller 3v
You will need to reprogamme the key
Enter car,shut all doors
Switch ignition on/off,remove key
PRESS AND HOLD UNLOCK BUTTON
Press lock button 3 times whithin 10 seconds,release unlock
Central locking will lock/unlock rapidly to confirm reset
to check oil start vehicle in park and let idle, open large allen bolt [normally 17mm] on g/box sump, oil should spill from aperture. if not top up until it does. this must be done at a temperature of less than 30 degrees celsius as oil expands at higher temperatures.
You can use another old CD and some very sticky tape (like duct tape).Take a peice of tape about 2 inches long.Fold it so it's half the lenth and sticky on both sides.Adhere it to the end of the old CD so its flat and will adhere to the other stuck CD.Slide the old CD w/the tape on it(aimed down) in the CD slot and while pressing the eject button and adhere it to the stuck CD and pull.It should stick to the other CD and dislodge it
The carriage inside the cd player is half way in mode. Which means the cd has to be removed mechanically. In order to do this a qualified technition needs to dismantle it. On some models there is a reset switch next to the eject button on he changer. It will be very small. like the size of a paper clip hole. push in with a pin. Otherwise go to stereo shop