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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The in-trunk units have a tendancy to go bad. you can take the cover plastic interior cover off to access the CD changer, un bolt the changer, and visualy inspect the two rollers for debris, or missing /broken gears that move the rollers to take the CD from the CD cartrage to the player. if that looks fine, chances are that the laser went bad (common in rear mount units) and you can order a new one from Jeep, or you can remove it and update the in-dash head to an aftermarket of your choice (& yes you steering wheel controls will still work). you could also fit a more modern MP3 unit where the Changer was.
Posted on Feb 22, 2010
Testimonial: "thank you so much!I will see if that is the problem and if so, off to the store I go.I actually wasn't to keen on the cd changer being in the back."
SOURCE: 2008 Altima with factory nav/cd
unless you can repair the cd unit its gonna be a replacement.
or you could transfer all your cds to mp3 and play them through your fm radio........until you sell the car
Posted on Sep 11, 2010
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