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Jan 9, 2008 - So when I tried to play a CD that has been in there forever, ... had that problem too! it would be in 50 degree weather.. discs wont change, play or eject. garaged the .... So last week I took my 06 (w/ Bose) in to the dealer for the stuck CD. ... said they send the CD player back to the factory and they will get the ...
There is no "standard proceedure" for this. The last time I had one of these it was because of a defective eject switch in the CD player. I removed the unit and took it to an electronics repair shop, where the technician disassembled the unit to get the CD out and replaced the eject switch.
TRY TURNING OFF CD PLAYER.WAIT 10 MINUTES THEN TURN CD PLAYER BACK ON THEN PRESS THE EJECT BUTTON.SOME TIMES CDS PLAYERS GET HOT WHEN PLAYED FOR A LONG PERIOD OF TIME.MY CDS SEEMS GET STUCK WHEN I PLAY CD PLAYER LONG TIME.SOMETIMES IF CD DONT COME OUT .IF IT STICKING OUT JUST A LITTLE.TRY PUSHING BACK IN CD PLAYER THEN EJECT IT.THIS TRICK WORKS SOME TIMES.
I just acquired the same problem. I tried to put a new CD in and it wouldn't take it. I ended up pushing it in when I was trying to get it back out and now it won't play the CD, or eject it. I think it could be stuck between tracks, but they want $188 to look at it and fix it even if it is a simple fix. I am looking for suggestions also,
for your 2003 TL 1. first remove the CD player (this is the hard part). 2. with the CD player removed, unscrew the top cover (4 or 5 screws) on the CD player. 3. with the top cover removed you can see the stuck CD. 4. all you have to do now is just push the CD out and reinstall
I had same problem with a 2005 Envoy in Jan '09. I took it to the ex-GM dealer. He said he'd try. The unit would only play using radio. Mechanic took unit out of dash, and top off of unit. Ejected CD bu moving the eject mechanism. Replaced top and unit. Works and plays cds. Cost $25.00 And i tipped the mechanic $10.00 for his knowledge.
If you are using "home-made" or "burnt" CDs, this can happen. Sometimes, you can remove the radio from the dash, and unplug it. That may reset the CD player, and the discs will eject.
It works for me about 85% of the time. Hope this helps.