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You will most likely have to remove the deck to get this out. To remove you should see two or four discrete holes on the radio, maybe behind a panel. There is a specific wrench set you can buy for just a few dollars that you push into those holes to release the deck. Pull it out and you should find a manual release for the cd. If you don't want to buy the wrenches something as simple as a bent hanger will work as well. You just need to push all releases at the same time.

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