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sadly, almost always when this happens, the only solution is to remove the radio and take it apart to retrieve the cd and replace the radio with either an aftermarket or a factory replacement (factory replacements from the dealership are very expensive). The reason for replacement, unless you take your time and know what you are doing 90% of the time the radio wont work after it is reassembled and if it does work again, your cd feature probably wont work again... that been sad, try unhooking the battery for several minutes and then try to eject it again. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news...
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.
it may be you have a paper label on the cd most car cd player won,t handel paper lables not enuf room as for getting it out try this get a light and see if you can see the cd if so take a pop sickle stick with a small amount of super glue on tip and be vary careful put the pss in to opening to the edge of cd let set for a few seconds then try pulling it out when pushing eject donot use but vary little super glue i have done this on some cd player
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Comment by babba booey, posted on Jun 26, 2008before
you spend $$ to have someone do anything, take the radio out of the
dash yourself. what;s the worst thing that can happen, you break the
radio that doesn;t work?
take the top of the radio apart and move the cd around... it's jammed and needed help to set up in the player.
it back in the dash and push play. it should work. i just fixed mine
and i am happier than paris hilton in a sausage factory.
Try pressing and holding the Eject button for more than 10 seconds. If that does not work, you may have had some moisture infiltration that has messed up your circuits. You need to remove it from the dash carefully and open up the case to get your CD out. There is no button or trick to make it happen. Sorry , I wish I could help you more.