Question about 2006 Chevrolet Colorado
Amazingly enough, there isn't a manual release hole anywhere on it, thx for helping tho.
First thing to do is to remove a battery cable for a few minutes, then
reconnect it. This will reset the radio, and you may get lucky and the
Cd's can be ejected.
If you're not lucky, and don't want to spend spend $200-300 to have the unit repaired, then just replace the Cd's. You may be able to take the CD changer apart enough to get your Cd's out, but it won't be worth the aggravation.
Posted on Jun 25, 2008
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