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Re: how to take off cassette player
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
1.Disconnect the negative battery terminal.2.Remove the glove box.3.Disconnect the heater control cables under the glove box and lower crashpad.4.Loosen the screws and remove the center facia panel.5.Remove the audio mounting screws (4EA) and the audio system.
6.Installation is the reverse of removal.
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This also happened to my 2002 WRX. I took the CD player out of the console and found a tiny spring (which I could not find) was not in its location, which would actuate the "play CD" switch inside. After a few hours I decided to reassemble the player and use it as a non-CD unit. The radio and cassette player still work, so I purchased a cassette MP3 player adapter so I can plug in my cell phone and play songlists.
Don't replace it. Go to Walmart and buy an adapter. It is usally at the check out somewhere and It cost about $5.00. It has a cassette that goes into the cassette player. Then you plug your ipod or whatever into the attached wire. Doesn't look cool but it works and it is inexpensive. The adapters with the cd player attached skip (we had one 20 years ago) so just buy the new kind of adapter for less and play all your up to date gadgets. Put your cd songs on your ipod or iphone. Our son uses one in his truck with his little ipod shuffle. No cd player needed.
hi. there should be a small hole just around the outside of the CD cassette. a paperclip, or similar in this hole will operate the manual release for the cassette. you should then be able to work the cassette out gently. if the cd is jammed any furter into the machine, then you may have to dismantle the entire player to remove the cd. hope this helps
Hi, If you mean the cassette tape is stuck in the player, you can try prying it upwards and outwards to see if the player will release the locking pins (car on, radio on). If it wont, the tape deck is shot, only way to get it out is to disassemble unit. (Not worth the trouble, put yourself a CD player in there about $100)....MIke