Question about USA Spec SCD-VW44 6-Disc CD Changer
The front of the disc changer has a sliding panel (usualy the left side slides to the right). After you open it completely either on left or right bottom (inside) you will see a little red or yellow push button. This allows to eject the cassette. No, the car doesn't need to be on, but depending if the wiring is standard or not it doesn't harm if the car is on.
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
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