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To remove a CD from a changer that does not respond to the eject button: Look to see if there is a tiny round hole near the eject button. It will be as small or smaller than the diameter of a paperclip. If you see it then that is the CD release. You will need to find a piece of very stiff wire that fits comfortably in that hole. After you insert the wire you will feel it land against something hard in maybe about 1/2 inch. Gently press the wire and hope that there is compression of the switch which will open the CD Changer.
You must have the same type that will mate with the set in your dash . If so connect the changer with the multicore cord, connect the power and mate this with the main set and use the power from the car system. If you are going to use a universal changer with an Fm transmission then connect the changer and power the set to the accessories outlet. Tune your car audio to the freq. of the changer and there you are. Helpful? Good day
sounds like the changer was plugged into the antenna jack of the radio. this means that you can run it through any radio simply by sending a signal to a preset station on the radio and listening to it through tuner. the control unit ran the changer itself. you may be able to obtain replacement cables from pacparts.com
There is a line level converter that would need to be purchased to that you can get the front speakers to work with the amplifier. The stereo already has rca jacks for the rear speakers. You can connect these straight to the amplifier for it to work. Bes sure that you use the blue wire to connect to the remote turn on for the amplifiers. Once you get the line level converter you will connect the wires and connect the converter using the RCA jacks. The question would be how was the 12 disc changer connected to the system. Would need more information on the changer in order to help with that component.