Question about Car Audio & Video
2002 Ford Explorer 6 CD factory player will not eject and shows cd error. will not play cd's since it is jammed. how do i fix? can i fix without ripping it out?
I have a 1995 Ford Explorer XLT When I try to play the cd's it won't play anything and saids no discs! How can I get this repaired.
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
The factory original Ford 6-CD players can be removed with the help of a simple pair of tools that can be purchased online for around $10 or I just bought a set from the car electronics section of my local Walmart for $4.50. The tools look like a pair of "U"-shaped rods with machined ends. They insert into the faceplate of the radio in the small holes you'll see on the right and left-hand sides of the radio head unit. Insert the rods just until they make a slight click sound, then drawing them apart slightly, pull the entire head unit out. you might have to remove two hidden screws from below the head unit; the screws protrude below the radio, downward directly toward the ashtray.
Posted on Jun 16, 2010
On another blog I read that when the 6 disc changer is whirring, just after startup. hit it on the disc slot. Mine was broken anyway so I tried it . And it worked. Had to hit it a few times with the palm of my hand, but it is playing fine. Good luck
Posted on Nov 10, 2010
I had the same problem. It was trying to eject the Cd and getting hung. A lot of times when you get the CD Error message the door will be open a little. I took a CD and pushed it in and caught the edge of the hung CD. Once I connected, I just pushed a little to free it up and then it kicked it out. It happened about 5 times to me. I actually had to go in and remove the CD player once and manually remove the CD. Kind of a pain.
Posted on May 27, 2008
I have the same problem with my 2002 Explorer Sport. I also ended up with a corrosion problem on the step panels which ford will correct if less than 36K miles. I have decided I will buy NO more FORDS, and switch to NISSAN or some other reliable company. Is ashame since I have purchased FORDS for the past 35 years.
Posted on Jul 02, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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