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Would a cd stuck in thenavigation sytem of 2005 durango cause sr to go black

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I need the parts breakdown of the accelorator pedal assembly for a 2005 dodge Durango because I had some pieces fall out

You will need to get the CD with all the parts on a Durango on it to solve this. They are sold on-line. Another option, is to go to a junkyard and buy one pedal assembly complete. (probably cheaper than the CD Rom.) I doubt the Haynes or Chilton's manuals have the part breakdown small enough for your needs.

Apr 09, 2015 | 2005 Dodge Durango

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How to factory rest memorex blu ray dvd player modle MVBD2520


Select the General menu. Select

RESTORE SETTINGS using the Navigation ( UP or DN) buttons (1),

, then press the ENTER button (2). Select YES using the

Navigation (Up / Dn) buttons 1 and press the ENTER button 2

again to restore the settings. Select NO to leave the settings
as they are.

Feb 17, 2012 | Memorex MVBD2520 Player

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A have a cd stuck in my dodge durango how can i get it out?

You'll need to remove the stereo from the vehicle. Now remove the screws along the top of the unit and remove the top - some units have the sides and top as 1 piece. reconnect the poer to the stereo and push the eject. Sometimes the case on the stereo jams the cd up and removing the case is the only way to get it out - I've even had to manually turn the gearing to eject the cd. Next I would replace the stereo - once they start jamming up, they usually don't stop. However, you can try re - inserting another cd with the unit out after re - installing the case to see if it will co -operate with you.
Good luck!!

Nov 12, 2010 | 2005 Dodge Durango

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I have a CD STUCK in my 2004 dodge Durango. How

1st try to hit the eject button multiple times in a row. If this doesn't work you have 3 options.
1= pull the radio unit, disassemble case, gingerly remove CD, and reassemble.
2=Go to dealer or repair shop and have them remove. If you have a warranty left, mopar should be able to help. Factory radios have been a problem with Mopar for years.
3= Go buy a new CD and forget about it

Nov 15, 2009 | 2004 Dodge Durango

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hey man you may need to pull the radio out of the dash unplug it from the harness in back and plug it back in it should reset it and also allow your cd to eject my names josh if you have any questions please feel free to call me 832 248 4144

Oct 27, 2009 | Car Audio & Video

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All cds stuck inside changer, will not change to "cd mode"

desconect the (+) battery for about 10 mins. that will fix it. it worked for me.

Oct 04, 2009 | 2005 Dodge Durango

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Battery drain

Can't say if it is the cause of your drain or not, but the radio fuse is slot F7 and requires a 25-amp fuse.

Aug 30, 2009 | 2004 Dodge Durango

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Vechile is overheating I believe the thermostat is stuck close

Hi, there isnt really a way to unstick it. The thermostat has a wax pellet that expands when it is operating causing the spring inside to open the thermostat letting the coolant flow properly. All you can really do just replace the thermostat, its a simple job as well

May 16, 2009 | 2005 Dodge Durango

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How do you remove DVD stuck in navigation system

If you remove the unit from the dash the top, take off the top cover, no screws you can acess the CD slot. Remove the 4 screws holding the CD player in place and the ribbon cable and you should be able to remove the CD from the slot.

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