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I loaded 5 CDs in the 6 CD changer, and now it will not play, or eject any of the CDs, and won't load the 6th. How can I 'reset' the Cd player so it will either play or eject my CDs so I start over?

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    The CD player just started to not play my CD's and it says "disc error" on the screen. Sometimes it will only play a CD from the number 6 slot but nothing from the other 5 slots

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Hello,
Try the following steps to remove the stuck CD..If your not sure about wat to do then take it any Mechanic..

Removing the faceplate is easy if you have the right tools. Make sure you use the flattest flathead available. Something that can slip through inbetween the pieces of the faceplate and the surrounding trim.

After, you will just gently pull and keep on prying around the whole faceplate. The clips are on the very top and 2 on both sides left and right. Its easy after you have a finger underneath the faceplate starting from the drivers side top cornor and working yourself around.

All the controls and sensors and lights will be attached by clips and locks with wires running from the headunit and power supply. Don't disconnect btw (esp the airbag or the sensor will trip)

Next, you will notice the controls and the wires still connected to the faceplate so don't disconnect the airbag sensor, it will cause the light to come on and a factory tech to reset it. So you don't need to disconnect any of the wires.


Thank you....Regards!!!...

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To reset the CD-changer, unplug the Radio/CD overnight or remove the + terminal of the battery overnight. This will cause the unit to reset. This will allow some to remove the CDs or cause the CD-changer to work again. Eventually the CD-changer will fail and will not allow you to retrieve your CDs unless you disassemble the unit and replace the stripped or broken gears in the CD-changer mechanism. The gears get brittle and strip because the material is not made to last.

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Just turn off and turn on after few mins...........

Posted on Jul 23, 2008

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