Question about Car Audio & Video
If there is a cartridge in the unit, you need to take the player out. pull the housing and do a manual release. do not force it. Possible problem could be 2 discs in the same slot or 2 discs trying to enter tray, either way, if the cartridge is present, it's jammed and needs to be pulled apart. If my memory is correct the factory unit was either Alpine or Clarion. The cartridges are still available at most car audio shops. 20-30 bucks. If you don't feel comfortable pulling the unit, most custom shops can check it on the spot, and let you know if it needs to be sent out for repair. Stay away from Best Buy, etc... go to a custom shop that's been around for a while and you'll get honest service.
Posted on May 17, 2009
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