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the CD player is a clever one thats looking for the copyright on the CD .Try using nero to burn the cd that oftens fools the player ,or an old computer with windows 98 on it with a copy of the old nero or windows media player that come with windows 98 as the later versions will not work with a lot of expensive players .if it has a line in plug then use a i pod or your mobile phone ,if it has a tape player then use a cassete with the wire coming out that plugs into a audio device ,i use my mobile phone which has a 1gb memory card in my jag as i have the same problem with the cd player ,also in the every day car my escort i use this as iam fed up with having the window broke and cd player nicked .But i have found that burning cds with an old computer with windows 98 i can burn cds that will play in the jag ,not that i use it a lot cant affords the petrol here in spain at 5 dollars a gallon
The first step is turning the car off. Then before turning the key back on, push and hold the Eject button then turn the ignition on. If the CD fails to eject then you can use a old CD and try to insert it into the CD Player, just as it try's to take your second CD pull it out and hit the Eject button again. This will usually get a Dodge CD player to Eject. If this fails then the CD player must be removed and a manual eject can be performed.
I'm assuming the radio works. If so,the player is jammed & unfortunately the only solution is to remove the radio & try to take it apart to retrieve the disk. Usually you end up destroying the radio,but it's shot anyway.
the dealer told me not to use burned cds to long in the cd player. the cds are a little thiker then a regular cd. i had to not use the cd player for a couple of days. once the cd cooled down it cam back out and i havent had a problem since. Solution dont let burned cds get to hot