Question about Car Audio & Video
The button for the eject is most likely dirty or damaged. Factory radio's are not easy to work on and most shops unless they are factory certified will refuse to work on them because the factory will not distribute the diagrams, this sounds like an easy fix for a shop and not very expensive. I would recommend taking it to a local radio store that installs radio's , have them remove it and see if they can fix it. on some radio's there is a small hole near where the cd is inserted, stick a small needle or something in it. This is most of the time a reset, or emergency eject for the cd. I hope this helps, if you need more info just contact me. good luck.
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
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