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According to a website I found for you, if it's a 2010 model you can't do it yourself. The site, which has much more information on the subject that you may want to read, said: "There is no onboard programming procedure for this vehicle. This vehicle requires special equipment be connected to the vehicle to program the keyless remote. Try a locksmith before the dealership, they are usually 50% the cost."
Generally on most multi disc changers, if you hold the eject button for 5-10 seconds it will force eject the holder. Try that. If not, some have the same access hole that CD-Rom's have. Using a paperclip, push through that hole until it bottoms out, your on the button. You have to use some force to press this since it is a manaul release lever your actuating. Good luck
Welcome to the world of gm delco radios. I am a used car dealer in Canada and I deal mostly in trucks and suv's. Honestly I'd say 75% of the radios in Gm's don't work properly, the loading mechanism gets jammed when you try to eject and "check CD" appears. Unfortunately it's not the CD, and to save yourself any further heartbreak, rip the player out and get yourself a good quality Kenwood or the likes.