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PULL OUT THE RADIO FROM THE CAR WITH THE SCREWDRIVER REMOVE THE SCREWS THE ONES THAT ARE IN THE CORNER UPER AND REMOVE THE COVER FROM THE RADIO AND JUST PUSH THE CD TO THEW OUT SIDE (DONT TOUCH THE LASER BEAM) AND COVER THE RADIO AND REINTAL THAT SHOULD WORK
Sorry....but the radio will have to be removed from the car dashboard
.Then please quote the MAKE + MODEL of your radio plus ALL the LETTERS and NUMBERS on any LABELS , BARCODES or STAMPED IN THE METAL CASING.
There should be a 14 character Serial Number (often found stamped in the metal casing ) so please quote EVERYTHING you can find
=================================== Here is a video showing how to remove your radio from the dashboard. A pair of extractors are required (available from Ebay , Halfords or email us for details ) but these can be made from 2 pieces of bent, wire coat-hanger or 4 small drills(using the blunt end) or 4 small Allen Keys or 4 small screwdrivers or 4 nails or even 4 darts.
An assistant is useful to pull the radio out whilst you are releasing the 4 securing clips
Have you tried another speaker? If your left front speaker is in the door as in most cars, it gets banged around a lot. The driver's door gets the most use. This sometimes results in mechanical problems with the speaker, and can cause low sound or distortion. Take the speaker cover off (it may be necessary to remove the door panel in a factory installation), disconnect the speaker and hook another in its place. If the volume is back to normal you know it's the speaker. If not, check the radio and speaker wiring. If the radio itself is at fault because the amplifier is bad, it can be repaired at a service shop. The repair charges might be close to replacement cost these days, so you might consider a new radio if the estimate is high.
I solved my own problem.1 I removed radio face 2 I removed back cover of radio face to expose USB solder joints.3 I drilled a hole in the back cover of radio face over solder joints 4 I drilled a hole in front cover of radio behind face plate and lined it up with hole in back cover of face plate.5 I cut the male plug off of a USB extension cord and ran it through factory notch on the back of radio,through drilled hole on front panel of radio, thruogh drilled hole on back cover of radio face and soldered wires to back side of USB plug in. Wire colors from top to bottom are Red, White, Green, Black. Solder sheild to any of the three larger solder joints next to these connections. Make sure wires are not touching any other connections. Put radio back together and add screw that locks face to radio. Face can no longer be removed with this wire added. Now I can plug in my 8gb memory stick,hide it under the dash and have a clean looking installation.
You cannot expect us to answer your question or give you a soution without the Code or Make and Model of your head unit. I am sorry that I cannot read minds or be ever seeing into your world. If you will post this information, I will be happy to give you a solution.