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How do i remove the face plate on the 2006 ford expedition

The CD player on my 2006 radio doe not eject the cd

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Should be tiny holes for your flat head screwdriver to slide into and pop it off.

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SOURCE: cd changer stuck

I had to take the changer out of the console and get the CD that was hung up. I then replaced everything.

Posted on Oct 21, 2008

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SOURCE: 6 disk cd player error

This is a part failure in the mechanism that loads and ejects the disk, there are no repair manuals avail to either the tech or the consumer, the only place that the factory gives this info and parts to are factory authorized repair stations, bottom line you must pull the deck and contact a Ford dealer in your area for location of the nearest factory repair station. I was dealer tech for 20 years and that is how it is done.

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SOURCE: 03 expedition CD player Error

Turn key switch on and off, Remove Fuse's 7 and 31, turn Key on and off , Then put back the fuse's and it should work again!

Posted on Nov 12, 2009

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SOURCE: 2003 ford expedition, 6-disc cd player, several

try disconecting te battery that way the cd player would reset itself and probably eject the extra cd...

Posted on Feb 13, 2010

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SOURCE: Ford Expedition 2003 6 CD changer contianing 6CD's says CD error

I have the same problem. It happens a lot for me. Disconnecting the battery use to work but isn't reseting this time. Any other suggestions?

Posted on Feb 20, 2012

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Models:
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