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My wife's 2008 Accord V6 EX 6 disc changer is jammed. When I push the eject button it says mechanical error. Can I do something from my end to fix the problem?

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There is usually a tiny hole u can stick a paper clip in in the front panel. check it out.

Posted on Oct 04, 2010

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