My cd player will not play any cd's. I have all six slots filled. It will not eject them or play them. It keeps coming up CD ERROR! We're going to the mountains tomorrow. We lose all radio stations for the last hour and a half. I would really like to have this fixed. What can I do?
Re: 6 disk cd changer in 2002 Ford Explorer V8 AWD
I have a 2002 Ford explorer and a 6 disc cd changer, all slots are full, no CD's will eject or play. I just took my car to a local body shop, they went under the hood, disconnected my battery, plugged it back up and my CD's came out when I pushed the eject button
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i had the very same problem with a six stacker in my ford, the stacker inside has come of its tracks even by one or two teeth so when the cd tries to eject it jams on the side walls because of this alignment, only way to fix is to take it out and realign. may need to get a mechanic or your dealer to do it like i did as the computer system was attached to my cd player. not sure about the accord but this is a familiar problem with all sorts of 6 and 10 stacker cd players
is there a coin holder in front of the changer? if so, there may be a coin lodged inside the changer preventing the carrier mechanism from moving. look on the bottom of the changer to see if a coin might be stuck.
sounds like the tray inside was misaligned when the cd went in. and it probally sent the disc into a occupied slot. you will have to remove radio and disassemble to repair. also try just unpluging radio and plug back in. sometimes it resets the radio and will start ejecting the cds
This is going to sound stupid, but mine (2002 EB Explorer V8) had the same problem, and I expected it was some kind of mechanical problem (could hear motors TRYING to push CDs out). So, figuring that the next step was to get an aftermarket stereo anyway, I punched the front of it with my fist over and over while pushing eject between each punch, and to my surprise, after about 30 seconds, the whole thing was fine. It's been fine for the 2 months since then, too.. I wouldn't recommend this unless you're ready to give up and your next step is to trash the radio!!
Try to disconnect battery contacts and connect it back. Check also if there is an emergency opening device. In some model you have a pin hole underneath the cd tray. push a staple tip inside the hole, and this will release the cd. If the tray still does not open, you may need to have a repairman opening your stereo at your local service point.